Register your place for our second Annual Trade Finance Compliance Conference, hosted at The London Institute of Banking & Finance in collaboration with our partners The Institute of International Banking Law and Practice (IIBLP) and Coastline Solutions. This conference is held in conjunction with the internationally recognised Certificate in Trade Finance Compliance (CTFC).

Who should attend?

This event is for banking and legal professionals where their role is impacted, in some way, by the international issues and developments in trade finance compliance, whether in trade operations, relationship management, bank audit compliance and risk.

Topics, discussions and case studies

  • Global news stories and current trends in trade finance compliance including the latest from FATF and Wolfsberg.
  • Concerns facing banks and their customers in complying with anti-money laundering, counter terrorist financing and other key issues.
  • Guidelines and best practices.
  • Governmental/regulatory focus and collaboration on trade finance compliance.The evolving role and importance of technology and automation.

Location: The London Institute of Banking & Finance
Peninsular House
36 Monument Street
London
EC3R 8LJ

Date: Thursday 16 and Friday 17 May 2019
Conference: Thursday 8am until 5.45pm (start time 9am) and Friday 9am until 4:30pm
Networking drinks: Thursday 5.45pm until 7.45pm

Speakers

Already confirmed speakers are:

  • Abdul Kabiri – Director, Head of Client Services, MUFG UK
  • Alex Fraser, Chief Executive The London Institute of Banking & Finance
  • Anton Moiseienko, Research Analyst, Centre for Financial Crime & Security Studies, Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies
  • David Morrish, Relationship Director Trade Finance, The London Institute of Banking & Finance
  • Dr. Rebecca Harding, CEO Coriolis Technologies (keynote speaker)
  • Dr. Graham Baldock, Global Head of Financial Crime Compliance, Global Trade and Receivables Finance HSBC
  • Geoffrey Wynne, Head of Trade & Export Finance Group. Sullivan & Worcester
  • Graham Finding, Head of Business Financial Crime Risk. Global Trade and Receivables Finance
  • Herman Annick, RSM Netherlands Consultancy
  • Hugo Verschoren, Consultant at goVer Trade Technologies
  • Jack Harding, Coriolis Technologies
  • James Byrne, Research Fellow, Proliferation and Nuclear Policy, Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies
  • Joachim Von Haenisch – SWIFT KYC Registry
  • John Turnbull, Director. Certis International
  • Kamola Makhmudova, Senior Banker, Trade Facilitation Services European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
  • Karl Klink, Director, Trade Finance Product, Transaction Banking MUFG
  • Maximillian Burger-Scheidlin, Secretary General ICC Austria
  • Neil Chantry, Specialist Consultant
  • Pottengal Mukundan, Director ICC International Maritime Bureau: ICC Crime Service
  • Sven Bates, Senior Associate, Compliance and Investigations, Baker McKenzie
  • Vincent O’Brien, Advisor on Trade Intelligence and Innovation. China Systems Corporation

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