AML/CTF Annual Summit (Philippines) 23-27 November 2020

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2019 1024 JBA 05xThe Asian Bankers Association would like to invite members and associates to the AML/CFT Annual Summit (Philippines) 2020 organized by the Anti-Money Laundering Council (The Philippines Financial Intelligence Unit) and Fintelekt .

Providing strategic capacity building and knowledge-sharing at a national level, the summit will bring together various stakeholders, including regulators, government agencies, law enforcement, intelligence units, banks, insurance companies, mutual fund companies, capital markets, financial services firms, designated non-financial professions and business, and the private sector.

The anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing (AML/CTF) ecosystem of a country is under constant pressure to reinforce its legal and supervisory framework and to keep up with evolving international AML/CTF standards. This becomes critical as non-compliance brings the risk of falling into the public list of jurisdictions with strategic deficiencies in their AML/CTF systems.

The dire consequences of which include de-risking and loss of correspondent banking relationships. Thus, there is a need for continuous knowledge-sharing, exposure to global best practices, and industry-level cooperation, constituting the cornerstone for progress. To enhance capacity building among regulators, intelligence agencies, law enforcement, and all sectors of covered persons, the Anti-Money Laundering Council and Fintelekt present the AML/CTF Annual Summit Philippines 2020.

From 23 to 27 November 2020, this virtual summit brings together local and global experts to share insights to stakeholders involved in the fight against money laundering and terrorism financing, thus intensifying the AML/CTF regime of the Philippines.

Kindly register your attendance at https://www.fintelekt.com/phsummit2020/ before 18 November 2020. Participation fees shall apply.

 

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