Tougher Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Enforcement in 2018: Implementing Effective Compliance Programs

Knowledge Group LIVE Webcast

Money laundering, for the past years, has become one of the most prevalent threats faced by companies, organizations, particularly by banks. According to the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), the year 2018 has seen 15 anti-money laundering enforcement actions, with penalties reaching up to $137.9 million. Thus, implementing effective compliance programs and practices to help prevent the proliferation of laundering activities, has remained a top priority for companies and organizations worldwide. With the recent developments in the AML landscape, companies and organizations should remain vigilant.

In this live webcast, Navigant's Clay Porter will provide the audience a sneak peek of the current AML enforcement landscape. The panel of thought leaders and speakers will discuss in depth the recent trends and developments surrounding this significant topic. They will also enumerate best practices and practical tips to help organizations avoid risks and financial pitfalls.

Key topics include:

The 2018 Anti-Money Laundering Landscape
Regulatory Enforcement Priorities
Recent Trends and Updates
Common Risks and Pitfalls
What Lies Ahead 

REGISTRATION FEE: Registration is FREE courtesy of Navigant Consulting, Inc.

DISCOUNT CODE: NAVIGANT147443 applied automatically when you register.

Please note, complimentary passes are available for the first 30 registrants. Once all of the passes are used, attendees can register for the deeply discounted rate of $25 each courtesy of Navigant Consulting, Inc.

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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