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Infocredit Group and LexisNexis Risk Solutions Sponsor the ACAMS Anti-Financial Crime Symposium – Cyprus

Infocredit Group and LexisNexis Risk Solutions Sponsor the ACAMS Anti-Financial Crime Symposium – Cyprus

Infocredit Group and its strategic partner LexisNexis Risk Solutions are sponsoring the ACAMS Anti-Financial Crime Symposium – Cyprus, which is taking place at Hilton Hotel on the 7th February 2018.

ACAMS Symposia are practical briefings on current Anti-Financial Crime topics. The ACAMS Cyprus symposium covers regulatory and cross-jurisdictional issues for International Finance Centres and organisations operating in the Mediterranean.

This full-day event focuses on current challenges being faced by Mediterranean-based organisations and international finance centres (IFCs) as they seek to detect, prevent and disrupt financial crime in their regions.

Against a backdrop of industry-wide demand for greater transparency and global cooperation, we’ll consider cross-jurisdictional issues facing IFCs in 2018.
Anti-Financial Crime experts from Cyprus and abroad will share their real-life experience of undertaking CDD and ongoing monitoring of complex structures within the investment, insurance and trade sectors.
Learn how new AFC regulatory measures (in jurisdictions of strategic importance for IFCs) might impact future customer onboarding and areas of emerging financial crime risk.
 

For more information on the event, including registrations or the conference agenda, please click here 

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