Anti-Money Laundering & Counter-Terrorism Financing Developments

Course ID CN190329_BUS1

  • Face to Face
  • 4.5
  • Intermediate
  • 4 CPD POINTS

After the Banking Royal Commission, attention has been drawn to the systematic problems with AML functions in large complex institutions.

In this half-day workshop, experienced and leading members of the regulatory community along with senior banking executives will provide you with the opportunity to understand how to address the fundamental compliance issues in AML, the statutory obligations under AML and CTF legislation from a risk analysis perspective.

 

Our speakers include:

Chair: Jim Jolliffe, member of Torture Claims Appeal Board, Hong Kong, Formerly Deputy Director Sydney Office Commonwealth DPP  

Rachel Challis, Director Strategy and Operations, Austrac

Jackson Liu, Director, Client Solutions & Engagement, Asia Pacific

Anatoly Kirievsky, Compliance Manager Asia Pacific Optiver

David Chaikin, Associate Professor, University of Sydney

John Visser, Former Senior Austrac Executive

Allannah Thomas, Director, Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Reform Section, Department of Home Affairs

Victoria Bickford-Johnson, Director, Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Reform Section, Department of Home Affairs

 

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Price

Full Price $480.00

Alumni/Member Price $432.00

Dates

Start date:

26 March 2019

End date:

26 March 2019

Time:

8.45am - 1.15pm

Location:

The College of Law
Level 16, St James Centre
111 Elizabeth Street
Sydney NSW 2000

About This Course

Overview

8.45am: Welcome from Chair

Chair: Jim Jolliffe, member of Torture Claims Appeal Board, Hong Kong, Formerly Deputy Director Sydney Office Commonwealth DPP 

  • Australian AML/CTF arrangements and the history
  • FATF recommendations and the mutual evaluations of Australia
  • The introduction of the AML/CTF Act and review of the Act
  • Austrac’s role-FIU and regulator

 

9.15am: AML Developments in Australia and Internationally Impacting Compliance    

Panel Speakers: Rachel Challis, Director Strategy and Operations, Austrac, Alannah Thomas, Director, Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Reform Section, Department of Home Affairs, Victoria Bickford-Johnson, Director, Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Reform Section, Department of Home Affairs and John Visser, Former Senior Austrac Executive

  • Overview of AML and CTF
  • Amendments and policy directions
  • 70 Designated services from 14,000 businesses
  • Suspicious matters reporting function
  • Managing Sanctions

 

10.15am: The Response: Ten Key Compliance Issues    

Panel Speakers: Jackson Liu, Director, Client Solutions & Engagement, Asia Pacific, Anatoly Kirievsky, Compliance Manager Asia Pacific Optiver and David Chaikin, Associate Professor, University of Sydney

  • Financial institutions managing new levels of accountability
  • Joining up the information flows
  • Fintech solutions
  • AI and its limitations

 

11.15am: Morning Tea and Networking Opportunity

 

11.40am: Developing a Compliance Framework

Speaker: Anatoly Kirievsky, Compliance Manager Asia Pacific Optiver

  • Building the compliance framework – regulatory obligations
  • Governance requirements
  • Making choices for training and surveillance
  • Viewing the dynamic landscape through the lens of RISK
  • Justifying your view with risk assessments
  • One framework or linked models

 

12.30pm: Working with Regulators

Panel Speakers: Rachel Challis, Director Strategy and Operations, Austrac, Alannah Thomas, Director, Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Reform Section, Department of Home Affairs, and Victoria Bickford-Johnson, Director, Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Reform Section, Department of Home Affairs

  • ACCC ATO ASIC AUSTRAC AGs
  • Competition culture and transparency blocks
  • UK and NZ experience

 

1.15pm: Q&A and Close

 

 

Designed for

This seminar is ideal for risk committee directors, non-executive directors, general counsel, corporate counsel, corporate lawyers, financial services executives, financial crime and fraud officers, AML and CTF compliance officers, professionals providing scheduled services under AML legislation in ASEAN region, AUSTRAC regulated entities, Treasury and Finance Compliance Officers, Risk Managers.

This course complies with the mandatory requirement of Substantive Law.

 

 

Presenter biography

Jim Jolliffe

Member of Torture Claims Appeal Board, Hong Kong, Formerly Deputy Director Sydney Office Commonwealth DPP 

 

Rachel Challis

Director Strategy and Operations, Austrac

 

Jackson Liu

Director, Client Solutions & Engagement, Asia Pacific

 

Anatoly Kirievsky

Compliance Manager Asia Pacific Optiver

 

David Chaikin

Associate Professor, University of Sydney

 

John Visser

Former Senior Austrac Executive

 

Alannah Thomas

Director, Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Reform Section, Department of Home Affairs

 

Victoria Bickford-Johnson

Director, Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Reform Section, Department of Home Affairs 

 

 

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