Event Date/Time: Apr 28, 2009 End Date/Time: Apr 29, 2009
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It’s been a tumultuous year in AML compliance. New regulations came into effect June 23, 2008, and new sectors come under regulatory obligations shortly. Plus, monetary penalties will be in force starting in late December, 2008. How are your peers managing effective compliance and reputation risk management within the context of a struggling economic climate?

The Canadian Institute’s Forum on Anti-Money Laundering has a strong record of delivering the practical information you need in this challenging area. This year’s program includes:

An update from OSFI on the revised Guideline B-8, expected to come into force around the time of the conference
News from FINTRAC about what’s coming down the pipe
Valuable information about U.S. and global trends that may have an impact in Canada

Case studies in law enforcement
Tips on managing the difficult operational realities of risk-based assessment and PEFP screening
Inside information on the latest methods criminals are using to launder money and finance terrorism
Advice on meeting your training obligations
and much more!
New this year are sessions on sanctions, money laundering through social networking sites, and tips for newly regulated sectors.

Back by popular demand is the introductory pre-conference workshop.


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