Recent geo-political developments, as well as the emergence of new technologies, and the current socio-economic crisis mean that not only corporations have to respond and adapt to a fast-evolving environment but also anticipate change. Regulatory and financial crime compliance professionals need more than ever to stay up to date with best practice in the field and ensure their teams remain resilient and innovative.
Hosted by the International Compliance Association (ICA) this event is designed for experienced compliance and FinCrime practitioners who seek the very latest information and insights to continually improve their approach to risk and compliance.
What is new in 2023?
- An educational programme uniting Compliance and FinCrime professionals
- Three parallel streams of content throughout the day to dive deeper into the themes, and for delegates to create their own programme and make the most of the experience
- A mix of interactive sessions: Live audience Q&A, case-study interviews, roundtable discussions, spark talks etc.
- A one-day high-impact event, helping you with travel and accommodation costs, as well as critical time away from the office
- Breadth of speakers across the financial services ecosystem and more, representing large companies as well as mid-tier companies to optimise transferable learning.
What will be discussed?
- How organisations across sectors are staying resilient in the face of the current fast-paced changes in the sanctions market, and which learnings can be drawn from the Ukraine war situation to apply to other unstable regimes
- The impact of new and emerging technologies – such as cryptocurrencies, machine learning and automation – on financial and regulatory compliance practices
- How fraud is evolving in a post-Covid world and within the current socio-economic crisis
- What the new EU and UK regulations – like MiCA or the Draft European Supply Chain Act - mean for compliance professionals, and benchmarking against organisations of all sizes
- Best-practice for internal compliance and financial crime teams to stay efficient and innovative despite budget cuts and evolving internal priorities in the economic crisis
- Tackling ESG compliance one letter at a time