With far-reaching EU AML reforms on the horizon and criminals using ever-shifting techniques to evade detection, AML/AFC professionals in Europe must find new ways to respond to evolving and emerging threats. Narcotics rings, country-based organized crime gangs and sanctions evaders are finding new ways to hide behind virtual IBANs, crypto and other aids to deception. The compliance and law enforcement communities hope that machine learning can help them uncover and even defend against financial crime — even as criminals seem to be the earliest adopters of whatever technology can be turned to evil purposes. At the same time, FIs in the EU and UK face new complications in their de-risking efforts.
For these reasons, the Assembly Europe is a must-attend for AML/AFC practitioners. The conference will present specialists with new tools and understanding to deal with the difficulties that lie ahead. On May 7 and 8 at RAI Amsterdam, join like-minded industry colleagues, leading regulators and major financial industry figures for updates and guidance crafted especially for the European audience.