Webinar: Global AML & Sanctions Fines 2008 – 2018: Assessing the Impact

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Date: 23rd of October 2018

Time: 3:00pm BST / 10:00am EST

Global AML & Sanctions Fines 2008 – 2018: Assessing the Impact

Over the past ten years, regulators across the US, Europe and APAC regions have issues $23.52 billion dollars in AML/KYC and sanctions-related fines.

In the wake of the 2008 financial crisis and subsequent high-profile scandals, global regulators are increasingly putting banks’ AML and KYC procedures under the microscope. This is clearly reflected in the significant monetary penalties that have been imposed on financial organizations worldwide for anti-money laundering violations.

Drawing on ten years of AML, KYC and sanctions fines data research, Fenergo has conducted an in-depth analysis of anti-financial crime penalties levied on banks worldwide due to non-compliance. In this webinar, you will learn:

Our market experts, will also answer any audience questions via our pre-event poll and real-time Q&A session. For further information and queries please feel free to contact us at [email protected].

 

 

Moderated By

Conor-Coughlan-Fenergo

 

Conor Coughlan, Global Head of Marketing, Fenergo

Conor leads Fenergo's global marketing, public relations, and business development strategy and teams. He previously worked for Thomson Reuters for 6.5 years leading the marketing for their investment, data and risk businesses. He is also a top 10 #Regtech influencer.

 

 

 

Speakers

Laura Glynn, Director of Global Regulatory Compliance, Fenergo

Laura has significant knowledge and experience in the areas of risk and compliance. Having worked with hedge, mutual and private equity products across multi-jurisdictional platforms, Laura has developed a strong competency in AML and regulatory compliance.

 

 

Rachel Woolley

 

Rachel Woolley, Regulatory Consultant, Fenergo

Rachel has over 10 years’ experience in the Financial Services industry having worked primarily in the funds industry and retail banking. She has a strong background in regulatory compliance, particularly in the areas of anti-money laundering and counter terrorist financing (AML/CTF).

 

 

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