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KPMG LLP is a Platinum Service Member Associate Member since March 2007.
Two powerhouse organizations at the forefront of financial crimes–the American Bankers Association and American Bar Association–partner to deliver this premier educational event that has become a trusted resource for insights, expertise and tactics to protect your bank.
The ABA/ABA Financial Crimes Enforcement Conference will bring together the nation's top anti-money laundering financial services, legal, and law enforcement experts along with senior regulatory officials. Past conferences convened with over 1,050 attendees. Co-sponsored by the American Bar Association, this is "the" reliable forum where you will find expert guidance designed and delivered by the leading authorities on anti-money laundering strategies and solutions. The sessions focus on all aspects of money laundering and fraud compliance, deterrence and enforcement as well as late-breaking regulatory issues and developments.
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Sunday, December 8, 2019
10:15am-11:30am and 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Deep Dive 1B and 2E: Updating the Outdated: Innovating Transaction Monitoring in Today’s Environment
This advanced-level session will explore the intersection of innovation and transaction monitoring. Is AI living up to the hype? You'll find out through realistic AI use-cases. What are the regulators saying about innovation? We'll update you on their concerns, including how much parallel testing is necessary vs. required and where model governance fits in. We'll also provide tips on talking to key stakeholders when it is decision time.
10:15am - 11:30am
Deep Dive 1C: Practical Investigative Strategies and Avoiding SAR Mishaps in Investigations — Community Banks
1:30pm - 2:45pm
Deep Dive 2B: Practical Investigative Strategies and Avoiding SAR Mishaps in Investigations - Mid-Size/Large Banks
This is your one-stop shop for up-to-date leading practices in investigations including scoping, organizational governance, convergence between AML and Fraud, information sharing data across the bank and across institutions, quality review, and more.
Tuesday, December 10, 2019
7:30am - 8:30am
The “old way” of doing things will no longer carry the day. With regulatory demands ever-increasing, and budgets challenged, Compliance leadership will be expected to bring technology and automation to all aspects of the Financial Crimes program. This Panel will discuss some of the ways Automation has already changed Financial Crimes Compliance, and what may be coming next. We will also explore how to address the regulatory challenges that come with these fundamental changes.