BAFT Virtual Financial Crime Compliance Workshop

June 4 – 5, 2024


Gain invaluable insights into the evolving landscape of financial crime compliance. Join us for an immersive journey over two days at the Virtual Financial Crime Compliance Workshop.

This event brings together leading experts in the field of Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and financial crime. Spearheaded by senior AML and financial crime stalwarts from Deloitte, including Chris Bostock, the Global Leader in Illicit Finance; Bahar Hatami, National AML Lead for Canada; Miriam Ratkovicova, US AML Technology Leader; alongside Deepa Sinha, VP for Payments & Financial Crime at BAFT. This workshop also features a lineup of distinguished subject matter experts as guest speakers, promising a comprehensive and insightful learning experience.

Workshop Format:
Engage in a dynamic format over two (2) days of three-hour sessions each.

Keynote sessions: Hear from industry experts who are shaping the future of financial crime compliance
Learning sessions: Instructional sessions on the strategies, tools, and technologies with practical, actionable insights
Panel discussions: Thought-provoking discussions with subject matter experts on pressing and relevant topics

Who Should Attend?
This workshop is designed for both BAFT members and non-members. It is ideal for professionals seeking to enhance their understanding and capabilities in preventing and mitigating financial crime, Ideal participants are those in operations, compliance, and business line professionals of financial institutions, corporations, government agencies, and other entities engaged in international trade and cross-border payments.

Key Topics
A selection of topics critical to the financial crime compliance landscape will be covered including:

Designing effective compliance and audit programs
Managing correspondent banking relationships
Exploring emerging risks and mitigation strategies of technology to trade finance and financial crime
Identifying global trends and risk indicators in TBML
Strategies for prevention, detection, and mitigation of financial crime