FATF in Brussels to address policy challenges in Financial Crime: FinTech and Information Sharing

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The FATF under the Spanish Presidency have announced that the risks and opportunities of FinTech will be part of their new priorities. We will also be joined by MEP Judith Sargentini who has been appointed co-rapporteur for the revision of the Anti-Money Laundering directive.

On 7 December 2016, AME and RUSI will be holding a conference to address the policy challenges associated with this and what implications this might have on a future 5th Anti-Money Laundering Directive.

At this half-day expert event speakers will introduce and debate key themes emerging from the regulatory proposals and on-going risk assessments.

Panel 1:

Information sharing to combat money laundering and terrorist financing
 Does the EU security union roadmap create new opportunities
 Impact and meaning of the 5th AML Directive

Panel 2
Fintech as innovation in AML/CFT: from virtual currencies and blockchain to RegTech and moneyapps
 What are the risks and opportunities associated to fintech?
 How can regulatory challenges best be identified and addressed?
 What role for industry

For further information or to attend please don't hesitate to get in touch. 

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