AML Risk & Compliance
@ The Botanics - Edinburgh
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Fraudsters and cyber criminals are as great a threat to your business as regulatory breaches. Both are business risks that you need to protect you and your staff from.
The new 2017 Money Laundering Regulations come into force at the end of June. The purpose of this Conference is to brief you on the new Regulations and offer advice on how best to protect your firm from fraud and cyber crime.
We have assembled some of the UKs leading experts in AML Law and Fraud Prevention to help you identify the danger signs and how to deal with them.
9:00 a.m. – 3:45 p.m. on Tuesday 20th June 2017
The Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh
This Conference will help you get to grips with the new AML “policies, controls and procedures” that your firm is required to have in place by the following week and better understand how to protect your staff and your firm from regulatory breaches and fraudsters.
- Mandy Haeburn-Little, CEO, Scottish Business Resilience Centre Ltd (SBRC)
- An assessment of the risk of AML and fraud faced by businesses in Scotland
- Lindsay MacNeill, Pinsent Masons LLP, Edinburgh
- The consequences for you if your firm is not Compliant
- Matthew Armsby, Head of Cyber Security at BC Technologies LLP, London
- A heads-up on current cyber security threats and how to combat them
- An officer from the National Crime Agency
- The anatomy of a fraud. The warning signs that you are the target of a fraud
- Graham Gibson, Kirklands, Perth
- Briefing notes on the new Regulations that will impact most on practitioners
Price to include 5 hours CPD, refreshments and lunch.