Anti-Money Laundering & Financial Fraud Conference - F.S.C Press Release
The Financial Supervision Commission is holding its Anti-Money Laundering and Financial Fraud Conference on 10 September 2012 at the Palace Hotel. The aim of the conference is to provide an update on, and practical information about, the latest fraud techniques and trends and the increasing threat of cyber crime. Also, to highlight national and international developments in the area of anti-money laundering, with particular focus on the financing of terrorism.
Speakers at the event include: Head of Newcastle University’s Cyber Crime Unit, Phil Butler and Detective Inspector John Fahy, National Terrorist Financial Investigation Unit, New Scotland Yard, who together with representatives from the Financial Supervision Commission, will share their knowledge and experience in the areas of fraud detection, fraud prevention and compliance with regulatory requirements.
Paul Heckles, the Commission’s Director of Enforcement states “This conference provides an opportunity for financial institutions to hear first hand from leading specialists about the latest international frauds, particularly involving the internet, together with an update on international anti-money laundering issues”.
Details of the conference can be obtained here.
2nd August 2012
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