ACAMS 4th Annual AML & Financial Crime Conference—CANADA

Meet face-to-face with leading financial executives – many from the “big five” banks – and participate in practical learning sessions spotlighting the unique challenges Canadian institutions are facing right now. Join more than 300 compliance professionals and government officials who represent a cross-section of industries including:

Professionals responsible for:

  • Reporting and SAR/STR filing
  • AML risk management
  • Customer due diligence
  • Transaction monitoring and system tuning
  • AML audits
  • AML training
  • Sanctions management
  • New product compliance
  • Managing third party payment processors
  • Law enforcement
  • Regulatory oversight

From these sectors:

  • Accounting Firms
  • Banks
  • Casinos
  • Consultants
  • Credit Unions
  • Financial Services Providers
  • Insurance Companies
  • Law Enforcement Agencies
  • Law Firms
  • Money Services Businesses
  • Regulatory Agencies
  • Securities/Investment Firms
  • Software/Technology Providers
  • Universities
  • Virtual Currency Exchangers

Attendee Reviews

  • Loved the spirited panelist discussions. Always interested to hear the real-life examples demonstrating the importance of our AML/CTF efforts.

    Trina McGhie, CAMS

    Director, Compliance, Co-Operators General Insurance Company
  • Great updates from regulators and an opportunity to share ideas with colleagues in the industry.

    Shannon Smith, CAMS

    Manager AML Risk Assessments, Royal Bank of Canada (RBC)
  • A lot of great opportunities to network, which facilitates a lot of the learning on how to be more effective in AML controls.

    Cynthia Priest, CAMS

    Senior Compliance Analyst, ATB Financial
  • [This event] allowed me to understand policies and procedures development where my role fits. Very impressive, knowledgeable and engaging speakers.

    Colin Parker

    AML Investigation Analyst, AMLF, Bank of Montreal (BMO)
  • Discussions were relevant to the Canadian regulatory environment. Speakers were open about issues and challenges.

    Crispin Lucas

    Head of AML Policy, HSBC Bank Canada