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Revised AML Regulations (2017) Seminar (Friday Seminar)
November 10, 2017 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 amUS$200
The revised Anti-Money Laundering Regulations came into effect on October 2nd. Now what?
Our Revised AML Regulations (2017) Seminar on Thursday, November 9th, is now fully booked.
Due to the large interest in this topic, we are offering an additional Revised AML Regulations (2017) Seminar on Friday, November 10th, from 9am-11.30am, also held at Willow House, The Brasserie.
The breakfast session focus on understanding the changes to the recently revised Anti-Money Laundering Regulations (2017) and what adjustments you need to make to your current systems to ensure compliance.
For all CEOs and compliance professionals.
8:30am – 9.00am: Registration
9:00am – 9:40am: Key changes to the AML Regulations and their objectives, by Francis Arana, Head of the Anti-Money Laundering Unit in the Attorney General’s Chambers
9.40am – 9.55am: Coffee break
9:55am – 10:30am: What the key changes mean for your existing compliance and risk based systems, by Paul Byles, Director FTS
10:30am – 11:00am: Q&A
Registration Fee: USD$ 200
Francis Arana, Head of the Anti-Money Laundering Unit in the Attorney General’s Chambers
Francis Arana is Head of the Anti-Money Laundering Unit in the Attorney General’s Chambers. Prior to that, Francis worked in the Policy & Development Division of CIMA from June 2005 to March 2014, where he rose in rank from the post of Chief Policy and Development Officer to Deputy Head of the Policy & Development Division.
Paul Byles, Director FTS
Paul Byles is Director of FTS, which provides regulatory and management consulting services. He is an experienced economist and finance professional, having worked in the financial services industry for 25 years. He is a former head of regulatory and economic consulting services of a big four consulting firm. He is a former Head of Policy at the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority, where he drafted the Guidance Notes on Prevention and detection of money laundering for the Cayman Islands and many formal regulatory policies and guidelines issued by CIMA for the financial services industry.