“Making AML/CFT Top Priority for Banks” Training in Mumbai on February 27-28

2019 1024 JBA 05xWe are pleased to invite you to participate in the ABA Short-Term Visiting Program on “Making AML/CFT Top Priority for Banks” to be hosted by Fintelekt Advisory Services in Mumbai, India on February 27-28, 2020.

The objectives of this program are to:


  • provide a strategic understanding of emerging risk factors in AML/CFT
  • provide an understanding of regulatory developments in Asia and around the world
  • learn about latest trends in technology usage and innovation in AML/CFT monitoring
  • benefit from the experiences of large banks in India.


By attending the two-day program, members will have the opportunity to: (i) enhance and upgrade their management skills and knowledge in the area of anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism, and (ii) gain first-hand knowledge of the procedures and learnings of the AML/CFT compliance departments of leading banks in India.


2019 1207 Mumbai 01PARTICIPATION FEE

There is no participation fee for ABA bank members. However, non-member banks will be charged a participation fee of US$ 200 per person.
All participants shall cover their airfare, hotel accommodation, local transport, airport transfers and meals.



The proposed venue for the program is Hotel Orchid, Mumbai, India (https://www.orchidhotel.com/mumbai-vile-parle/).



Suitable accommodation options around the area will be suggested by Fintelekt upon registration. Participants are advised to book hotel rooms at rates inclusive of breakfast, wi-fi and airport transfers.



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The program is recommended for senior management team members, heads of AML, Compliance, Audit, or heads of department. The content will be at a strategic level and is suitable for decision makers within banks. In addition, to ensure diversity of the group, not more than two persons from one institution shall be admitted.



Fintelekt Advisory Services is a specialist in research, training and advisory on Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Countering the Financing of Terrorism (CFT) in Asia.



To register, please download the Confirmation Form and return it by fax to (886 2) 2760 7569, or e-mail to aba@aba.org.tw, before February 17, 2020.

This exclusive program can accommodate only 12 participants. ABA Bank members will be accorded priority registration. We encourage interested bankers to register as soon as possible.


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2 thoughts on ““Making AML/CFT Top Priority for Banks” Training in Mumbai on February 27-28

  1. Anosha Hettiarachchi

    We wish to nominate Mr Dimuthu Dayaratne (Executive – Compliance Department) for this programme from Hatton National Bank PLC.
    Please let us know if the programme will be held on 27th & 28th February as scheduled.
    thanks & best regards
    Executive – Talent Development (Hatton National Bank PLC
    +94 772539966

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