Heightened Enforcement on Cryptocurrencies and Money Laundering: A 2018 Perspective

Knowledge Group Webinar

Over the past years, fraudulent activities on cryptocurrency companies have continuously shaped significant regulatory movements in the blockchain industry.  Federal prosecutors and regulatory agencies continue to provide greater and tougher scrutiny under the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) and Anti-Money Laundering (AML) law. Furthermore, enforcement actions of the U.S Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) intensify the government’s focus on AML compliance.

This heightened enforcement is a big help to better safeguard companies. However, it could also create considerable financial and regulatory hurdles, thus, making it more challenging for cryptocurrency companies to comply with regulatory requirements.

Listen as a panel of industry subject matter experts discuss the significant enforcement trends of anti-money laundering on cryptocurrency. Speakers will provide an in-depth analysis of notable regulatory updates, and present helpful tips. They will also offer risk mitigation strategies that will help companies overcome potential pitfalls.

 

 In this live webinar, the speakers will discuss
Anti-Money Laundering on Cryptocurrency Overview
Recent Regulatory Trends and Developments
Compliance Risks and Implications
Regulatory and Litigation Challenges
Best Compliance Tips and Strategies
Outlook for 2018 and Beyond
 
Speakers:
Gino Soave, Director, Global Investigations and Compliance, Navigant Consulting, Inc. 
Matthew D. Lee, Fox Rothchild LLP
Jennifer Connors, Partner, Holland & Knight
Kyle Roche, Attorney Boise, Schiller & Flexner LLP

 

Registration is free for the first 30 registrants

Discount code: navigant147493

Note: If CE credit is needed, there is a minimal fee for processing. $50 for CLE, CPE, SHRM and other CE credit processing in all states except: $125 for CLE processing in the state of Virginia, $75 for CLE processing in Montana, South Carolina, and HRCI credit processing. Late penalty fees for IL, TX and WA not included.

 

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