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Annual Conference on Anti-Money Laundering in the EU 2019

International and European regulatory developments * Challenges at national level * Enforcement


This conference will give practitioners insight into recent developments in EU, international and national supervision and enforcement measures against money laundering in the financial sector.

Key topics

  • Regulatory developments in anti-money laundering and counter terrorist financing (AML/CFT)
  • Overview of roles and functions of supervisory bodies in the EU’s AML/CFT regime
  • Role of EBA in AML/CFT supervision in the EU
  • Country review update on EU AML/CFT supervision
  • Enforcement measures
  • Public-private partnership to combat financial crime

Who should attend?

Anti-money laundering and compliance officers, FinTech lawyers, government officials, professionals in the gambling and payment services sectors and other stakeholders working in the financial services sector.


7 Nov 2019 @ 09:00 am

8 Nov 2019 @ 01:00 pm

Duration: 1 days, 4 hours


ERA Congress Centre

Metzer Allee 5



Organised by

Academy of European Law (ERA)

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