Global experts to discuss financial crimes at Riyadh seminar
The Saudi Central Bank and the Anti-Money Laundering Permanent Committee (AMLPC), in collaboration with the London Stock Exchange Group, are organizing the 14th Compliance and Anti-Money Laundering Seminar in Riyadh on Monday, March 20.
A group of distinguished experts will gather to discuss several important topics related to financial crimes on the regional and international arenas.
The topics will cover global regulatory developments, the latest challenges in proliferation financing, cyber-enabled fraud, financial inclusion – the impact of a non-risk-based approach, and the opportunities and challenges in AML outsourcing activities.
The seminar provides an opportunity for members from financial institutions, Designated Non-Financial Businesses and Professions (DNFBPs), and the concerned authorities to discuss recent developments related to financial crimes in order to enhance the level of awareness and compliance in combating money laundering and financial crimes by identifying international best practices.
Participants will include representatives and officials from the compliance and financial crimes prevention departments of the local concerned authorities, as well as members of the AMLPC and related departments in the Saudi Central Bank.
More information about the seminar is available on: www.camlevent.com