AML & financial crime conference – the road to reform 

9th January 2020

The central theme of the event will be the findings of and follow up to the recent MONEYVAL report on Malta, together with other topical subjects such as banking relationships, transaction monitoring, terrorism financing and public-private partnerships.

ARQ Group and the Malta Bankers’ Association are hosting a full day Financial Crime Conference in Malta this February.

The central theme of the event will be the findings of and follow up to the recent MONEYVAL report on Malta, together with other topical subjects such as banking relationships, transaction monitoring, terrorism financing and public-private partnerships.

Combating money laundering & countering terrorism are key strategic priorities of both Maltese and EU supervisory authorities. ARQ is collaborating with the Malta Bankers’ Association to support a regulatory environment that fosters sustainable growth in Malta. To this end, this will be the definitive conference, with talks and interactive panel discussions by renowned international experts and policy makers.

Manfred Galdes, ARQ Managing Partner comments “We are excited to have confirmed participation of the Deputy Chair of MONEYVAL, as well as the former Deputy Attorney General and former head of the Israeli FIU who will be analyzing different parts of the report and discussing with regulators and policy makers the actions that need to be taken by the country”.

We especially look forward to welcoming regulatory and risk professionals to this event which will take place at the Westin Dragonara on Thursday, 13th February. The event should be of particular interest to those working in the financial, gaming and legal sectors.

For further information and to reserve your space, kindly contact ccoetzee@arqgroup.com


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