Programme of the 2nd AML

        PROGRAMME OF THE 2ND  INTERNATIONAL ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING 
 COMPLIANCE CONFERENCE
CO-OPERATION IN FIGHTING ECONOMIC CRIME
8-9 December 2014, Crowne Plaza Hotel,  Bratislava
DAY 1                 8 DECEMBER (MONDAY)    
08:30-09:00 Registration
09:00-09:10 Opening of the Conference
  Peter Szovics, Director, Institute of Banking Education NBS, n.o.
Dr. Sándor Patyi, Chairman of Banking Association for Central and Eastern Europe (BACEE); Deputy CEO, OTP Banka Slovensko
 09:10-09:25 Welcome Speech
  Jozef Makúch, Governor of the National Bank of Slovakia
 09:25-10:00 Keynote Address
Anti-Money Laundering and Sanctions Compliance – the New Normal and Key Lessons Learned for Successfully Maintaining U.S. Banking Relationships
Sven Stumbauer, Director of Financial Crimes Compliance – Americas, AlixPartners, US
Rise in AML and compliance enforcement actions against U.S. and European banks
  • Key compliance aspects
  • New regulatory trends
  • Expectations
10:00-10:30 Expected Impact of the 4th European Anti-Money Laundering Directive on Banks in the EU and Eastern Europe
Richard Parlour, Principal, Financial Markets Law International, UK
  • What factors to take into account when assessing money laundering risks
  • What impact the changes to due diligence are likely to have
  • The changes to beneficial ownership – what this will mean for financial institutions
  • What the changes will mean for senior management
  • The likely impact of the data protection provisions in the Directive
  • The changes that will need to made to a financial institution’s systems and controls.
10:30-11:00 Coffee break 
11:00-11:30 OECD Standard for Automatic Exchange of Financial Account 
Information
Milan Kubinec, Senior Consultant,  Deloitte Audit s.r.o, SK
  • Automatic Exchange of Financial Account Information
  • Model Competent Authority Agreement
  • Common Reporting Standard
11:30-12:00 FATCA de-mystified. Current challenges and opportunities
for financial institutions
Sven Stumbauer, Director of Financial Crimes Compliance – Americas, AlixPartners, US
  • Provisions
  • Implementation
  • Controversy
12:00-12:30 Combining software and data to save time and manage risk
Martin Luptak, Key Account Manager, Bureau van Dijk
  • Business intelligence as compliance tool
  • The challenge of compliance – Is your organization capable of seeing the whole picture?
  • OFAC Sanctions – How do you ensure OFAC compliance?
12:30:13:30  Lunch
13:30-14:00
The Global KPMG AML Survey 2014: CEE update
Michael Peer, Partner, CEE Forensic KPMG
  • Preventing, detecting and responding to AML compliance risks
  • Regional comparison of AML practices
  • Emerging trends and industry perception on AML
14:00-14:30 Study on cross-country comparison of compliance functions based on 
10 different EU states
Zsolt Nagygyörgy, Compliance Officer, Hungarian Development Bank Ltd. (MFB)
  • Differences in the regulation of the Compliance functions in the various financial functions
  • Compliance and its task with rules, laws and regulations
  • The connection between the Compliance and the AML
  • How regularly and to whom should be reported by the Compliance function
  • Independence of the Compliance function
  • Specific regulatory expectation for the Compliance function on Group level
  • The Compliance function’s information access for the execution of duty
 14:30-14:45 Anti-Money Laundering changes and IT Technology impact  
Jiří Nosáľ, SAS Senior Business Consultant
  • Road map from monitoring to real time transaction prevention
  • Enhanced clients profiling
  • Intra-banking detection competition
14:45-15:15 Coffee Break
15:15-15:45 goAML as an integrated AML intelligence solution for Financial
Intelligence Units
Maher Abu Ghali, Chief Software Architect, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
  • Modules of goAML and the design decisions behind it
  • Experience in implementation in relation to financial institutions
  • Levels of compliance with KYC and CDD
 15:45-16:15 SW support of ML detection
Ľuboslav Parihužič, Compliance and AML, Tatra banka, a.s.
  • Compliance regulation
  • Risk based approach
  • Scenario analysis
 16:15-16:45 Customers’ risk profile screening as a measure to reinforce AML
Tamazi Sesikashvili, Banking Specialist – Senior Consultant, CAPCO
  • Risk Rating Framework
  • Challenges of AML applied globally
  • Way forward and risk appetitite 
19:00 Dinner offered for Conference Participants by BAE Systems Applied 
Intelligence
DAY 2                  9 DECEMBER (TUESDAY) 
08:30-09:00 Registration
09:00-09:25 Risk Awareness and Diligent Behavior to minimize oprisk caused by 
money laundering and fraudulent transactions
Doris Wohlschlagl-Aschberger, Banking and Capital Market Expert, Vienna
  • Enhanced customer due diligence
  • New trends and developments
09:25-09:50 Examinition and Evaluation of  AML/CFT and Anti-Fraud Measures
by the  Central Bank of Hungary
Gyula Kérdő, Senior Supervisor /AML Expert, The Central Bank of Hungary
  • Legal status and mission of Central Bank of Hungary (MNB)
  • Objectives of the MNB
  • Integrated supervision
  • Supervisory responsibilities
  • Supervisory methods and tools
  • Supervisory expectations
  • Inspections and experiences
 
09:50-10:15 The role of the national FIU in the action against ML & TF
– The Italian experience
Massimo Nardo, Senior Manager of Italy’s National Financial Intelligence Unit for Anti-Money-Laundering and Countering of Terrorism Financing, Unità di informazione finanziaria (UIF)
  • The Italian AML-CTF system and the role of the FIU
  • The FIU’s action
  • The answer from the System
  • Raising synergies in the broader system
10:15-10:40 International Co-operation in Fighting Organised Crime
David Chapman, Regional Director, BAE Systems Applied Intelligence
  • Financial Fraud – A major threat to the EU
  • The opportunity to use technology to automate International Cooperation
  • Presentation of a Case Study
10:40-11:10            Coffee break  
 
11:10-11:35 Cryptocurrencies: an unconventional challenge for the AML 
community?
Peter Šurda, Economist, Vienna
  • Differences between cryptocurrencies and traditional payment systems
  • Current legal status and examples of AML cases
  • How can banks analyse and treat the risks related to cryptocurrencies
11:35-12:00 Importance of Public Private Partnerships
Neil Stephen Bennett, Security and Justice Advisor
  • Transnational Organised Crime
  • FATF National Risk Assessment
  • Strategic Threat Assessments
  • Counter Terrorist Finance
12:00-13:00 International Sanctions in the EU, Eastern Europe and the CIS –
Roundtable Discussion
Moderator: Jozefína Trnavská, Head of Legal Services, Compliance and AML, Sberbank Slovensko, a. s.
Participants:
Roman Turok-Heteš, Director General, Financial Markets  Section, Ministry of Finance of the Slovak Republic;
Andrea Novosedlíková, Senior Manager, Deloitte;                                        Vladimir Vano, Head of CEE Research Competence Center, Sberbank Europe AG
13:00-13:15 Closing remarks
13:15-14:00 Lunch
14:00-17:00 POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP
4TH AML DIRECTIVE -  KYC AND CDD COMPLIANCE
 Trainer           Doris Wohlschlagl-Aschberger, Banking and Capital Market Expert, Vienna
Key Topics How to enhance customer due diligence?
Why is a PEP a crucial issue?
Why is the Beneficial Owner an important person?
            How to enhance risk analyses and risk awareness?  
Defining risk
            Monitoring riks
Risk appetite
Latest developments & Forecast
Who should attend? Top Managers of Banks and Financial Institutions, AM&Compliance Officers,Regulators.  Bankers, Insurance Executives, Attorneys, Accountants, Auditors, Broker-dealers, Enforcement Agents.


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