AML in Practice: 4th EU AML Directive,
Cyber AML and Transaction Monitoring
Compliance Ireland & MLRO Ireland
invite you to a Half Day seminar
Wednesday 29th August 2018
After the most recent settlement agreement with the Central Bank and Appian Asset Management Ltd., it is clear that AML and indeed Cyber Security are still the top supervision and enforcement priorities of the Central Bank of Ireland.
With the imminent transposition of the 4th EU AML Directive into Irish Legislation Compliance Ireland, in partnership with MLRO Ireland is delighted to announce a half day AML seminar which will enable participants to understand regulatory expectations and to strengthen AML compliance knowledge in transaction monitoring and integrating your CYBER and AML framework.
Along with our CEO, Joseph Shannon, we will have guest speakers Grahame White, past financial investigator from New Scotland Yard, and a Guest Speaker from the Irish Financial Intelligence Unit.
Grahame White has over 30 years of experience in Law Enforcement at New Scotland Yard. Grahame served on the Police Corruption and Fraud Squad before moving to Counter Terrorism Financial Intelligence/Investigation. Graham conducted disruption operations on HAMAS and AQ cells in the UK and was the lead financial investigator on the fertiliser plot in 2004; still the longest criminal trial in UK History. He was also the lead financial investigator on 7/7. Grahame is now CEO of Analysis International.
Also speaking at the event will be Detective Chief Superintendent Patrick Lordan, head of the Garda National Economic Crime Bureau and the Irish Financial Intelligence Unit. He will be discussing how cyber-crime, fraud and money laundering are linked to suspicious financial transactions.
Michael D’Arcy TD, Minister of state for Financial Services, will be opening the conference.
Joseph Shannon’s Bio can be found by clicking HERE.
The seminar will look at the following areas:
- Implementing the 4th EU AML Directive appropriately and effectively into your firm (Joseph Shannon)
- Using red flag indicators in transactions to monitor money launderers, terrorists and human traffickers (Grahame White)
- Integrating your cyber framework and AML Framework appropriately (member of the FIU)
- Using Global AML enforcement action as a catalyst for regulatory change
Date: Wednesday 29th August 2018
Time: 8.30am - 12.30pm
Venue: Westbury Hotel, Balfe Street, Dublin 2
Cost: €25 per person
**Places can only be booked through our website. We are not issuing invoices for this event**