AML/CFT May Newsletter
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NEW ZEALAND’S LEADING AML CONFERENCE IS IN 3 WEEKS
Whether you come to one day or both, make sure you come along and be part of this fantastic event. We have a great lineup of professional speakers, covering all things AML!
This Summit is targeted for all AML Professionals, Compliance Officers and Senior Managers, and is a great way to step up your AML knowledge, network and immerse yourself in the AML/CFT field. So, don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity, with plenty of practical advice and opportunities for interactions between speakers and attendees.
Day One – AML Base Camp 17 May
New to AML, then this day is your opportunity to receive guidance to bring you up to speed with AML/CFT legislation, obligations, and available resources. If you’re already a Compliance Officer who would like a refresher, or Lawyers, Accountants or Real Estate Agents wanting to gain a more comprehensive understanding of your obligations and receive practical advice, you would benefit from this day.
Day Two – AML Summit – 18 May
The Summit commence with an international keynote speaker
- in-depth discussion on recent guidance material from the Supervisors;
- case studies presented by the NZ Police Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU);
- an AML Masterclass from an internationally recognised AML trainer;
- a panel of experts from reporting entities around New Zealand there to answer your burning AML questions, and more.
The focus will be improving your understanding through practical education with opportunities for interaction between speakers and attendees.
For your viewing checkout our website and the latest live agenda for this exciting event, Click here for more information.
NZ’s leading AML conference is approaching fast, tickets are still available and a fantastic line up of speakers have been officially announced. Option to come to both days, or just one.
In The News
Firm facing $2.6m fine under money laundering, terrorism financing laws
More than $100 million in transactions may have not been properly checked under money-laundering laws by Qian DuoDuo Limited (QDD), which now faces a multi-million dollar government fine, a court has heard.
Latest assessment of money laundering and terrorism financing risks published
The NZ Police Financial Intelligence Unit (the FIU) published an update assessment of the money laundering and terrorism financing risk that the country faces, called the national risk assessment.