Experts and regulators to address the new normal in sanctions, counter-terrorist financing, anti-money laundering, fraud, and cyber security
Sibos introduces a stellar line-up throughout the Compliance stream at this four-day event in Toronto. Multiple sessions will address the profound impact of the shifting geopolitical, financial crime, and cybersecurity environment. Panel debates and deep-dive sessions will cover topics such as the future of financial intelligence sharing; counter terrorist financing in the ‘lone wolf’ era; the potential of artificial intelligence to improve sanctions and AML compliance; and the fraud and cyber-crime ‘new normal’.
An ‘in conversation’ panel with Wolfsberg Group members will unveil the coming year’s priorities and trends. A Latin America-focused panel will provide an overview of the region’s banking compliance challenges.
go Notable speakers participating in this year’s Compliance Forum include:
- http://wc8voa.org/?q=gallery Jennifer Calvery, Global Head of Financial Crime Threat Mitigation, HSBC
- James Freis, Chief Compliance Officer, Clearstream Banking
- William Fox, Managing Director Global Head of Financial Crime Compliance, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
- Neil Isford, General Manager, Watson Financial Services Solutions, IBM
- David Lewis, Executive Secretary, FATF
- Jerry Perrullo, Chief Information Officer, ICE
- Denise Reilly, Wolfsberg member, Global Head of Anti-Money Laundering, Citi
Must-attend sessions include:
Counter-terrorist financing- are we really stopping the bad guys – 17 October at 9:30
Panelists will explore how can banks – and governments – adapt to stay one step ahead of the bad guys, what is working and what needs to work better, and whether stringent regulations are pushing legitimate actors outside of the financial system without actually preventing acts of violence.
Fraud and cyber high alert: The new normal? – 18 October at 9:30
As high-profile security breaches continue to reverberate, this panel discussion of experts from a range of industries will discuss the benefits gained from collaboration, the landscape of payment risks, and the skills that must be developed and recruited to protect institutions and the industry.
“In conversation” with Wolfsberg – Pressing priorities and trends 18 October at 15:30
A lively discussion with Wolfsberg representatives will discuss the industry’s latest challenges, trends, and the coming year’s priorities.
Read more about the Compliance stream on Sibos.com.
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Sibos is an annual conference, exhibition and networking event organised by SWIFT for the global financial industry. Next month, some 7,000 decision makers and topic experts from financial institutions, market infrastructures, multinational corporations, and technology partners gather in one place to do business and collectively shape the future of payments, securities, cash management and trade.
When: Monday 16 October – Thursday 19 October 2017
Where: Metro Toronto Convention Centre (MTCC)
Contact: JoAnn Healy | Press@Sibos.com | +1 212 455 1802
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