ACAMS moneylaundering.com 22nd Annual International AML & Financial Crime Conference

Success in the fight against financial crime involves in-office teamwork, collaboration with international counterparts and an ease of communication between the public and private sectors. This conference provides the perfect opportunity to forge reliable business relationships with key executives and form strategic partnerships with government agencies across the globe.

2016 Attendee List

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

2016 Attendee Reviews

  • “This year’s conference touched on a balance of domestic and international topics. Very satisfied with the networking opportunities coupled with subject matter experts discussing diverse and current AML concerns/topics.”

    – Kevin Fitzpatrick

    Director of BSA/AML, First Federal Bank of the Midwest, United States
  • “I believe that as many persons as possible should be exposed to that level of training. Any organization seeking to create an AML culture should have the opportunity that I received.”

    – Sherian Emmanuel

    Compliance Officer, East Caribbean Financial Holding, St. Lucia
  • “It was my first time to attend and was a great experience. I think it's important for a person in this line of work to get a chance to meet and hear from other professionals in the same line of work outside of their own organization.”

    – Doug Harycki

    Manager, AML and Fraud Surveillance, Fidelity Investments, United States
  • “Confirms AML, terrorist financing and other illicit activities are mostly the same around the world and that we are to develop efficient tools to detect, prevent and combat all of them.”

    – Nitza Pagan, CAMS

    BSA Compliance Officer, Activo International Bank Inc., Puerto Rico
  • “I have attended every year for the past six years and nine years overall. It is always first rate. I recommend it to my employees, bosses and peers.”

    – David Jourdan, CAMS

    Vice President/BSA Officer, Berkshire Bank, United States
  • “The conference granted opportunities to forge friendships with industry peers from around the globe. Moreover, you are able to discuss matters and everyone is able to obtain gainful feedback.”

    – Tamara Bain

    Compliance Officer/MLRO, Assets and Portfolio Management Services Ltd. (APMS), Bahamas