Miami — The Association of Certified Financial Crime Specialists (ACFCS) Advisory Board members are confident that the upcoming ACFCS Financial Crime Conference, Oct. 16-17, will provide members and delegates with the most extensive regulatory updates and latest sector information on cyber crime of any financial crime conference this year. The special early bird conference rate has been extended into September.
“Our speakers are at the top of their game and they are also on the frontlines of all that is coming down the pipe in cyber crime and regulatory issues,” noted ACFCS Executive Director Garry Clement, CAMS, CFE, CFCS. “Staying ahead of these important topics is paramount to doing the job well.”
Of interest to compliance, law enforcement, government officials, banking and financial services professionals fighting financial crime, ACFCS 2017 has lined up a stellar group of speakers and topics to provide leading-edge updates in areas critical to financial crime professionals.
Topics of interest include:
The Regulatory Report
In a rapidly changing financial crime risk and regulatory landscape, getting guidance directly from regulators is essential to stay a step ahead of compliance challenges. This “deep dive” panel will provide an opportunity for leading agency representatives to provide insights on new regulatory changes, enforcement trends and areas of key concern for regulators. The interactive panel promises ample Q&A time for attendees to get answers to their most pressing questions. Speakers Sarah Green, Sean O’Malley, Jim Vivenzio and Barry Koch will lead an insightful discussion into this ever-changing topic.
Cyber Crime and Cyber Security: A Critical Update
Join us as the field’s preeminent experts describe life in the cyber crime and cyber security trenches today, and discuss emerging trends and related legal and compliance challenges in this fast-paced and ever-changing vertical. A highly qualified panel has been convened to discuss all of the hot buttons today; state-sponsored attacks, ransomware, cyber crime risk assessments, and regulatory requirements. A must-attend session for financial crime professionals.
In addition to a robust agenda, the conference is also pleased to announce the support of the following sponsors and partners:
- ABAXX Associates, LLC
- Thomson Reuters
- AML RightSource
For more information, please visit www.financialcrimeconference.com
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