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Don’t miss out on essential insights into anti-money laundering and compliance. SMi’s conference will give you a short cut to developments and key concerns including offshore money laundering the FATF blacklist and FSA and JMLSG guidelines.

And that’s not all! Find out what impact e-Commerce and the Internet is having on money laundering and what measures are being taken to counter act this.

Key speakers include:

· Doug Hopton, Head of Group Fraud and Money Laundering Prevention, Barclays

· Robert Upton, Head of Money Laundering Prevention & Monitoring, Lloyds TSB Bank

· Jacqueline Collins, Head of Compliance, Britannia Building Society

· Peter Andrews, Manager, Economics of Financial Regulation, FSA

· Andreas Philippou, Chief Senior Manager, Central Bank of Cyprus

· Edel McDermott, Group Money Laundering Manager, AIB Group

· Jos de Wit, Group Compliance Officer, ING Group

· Detective Inspector Cliff Knuckey, Money Laundering Investigation Team, Metropolitan Police

Do not miss out on our one day interactive workshop! Understanding the Issues Surrounding Money Laundering, 18th January 2002, The Hatton, London will be run in conjunction with this event and will allow you the opportunity to address any needs or questions you may have.

Conference programme

8:00 Registration and Coffee

8:30 ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING & TERRORISM BRIEFING

Paul Friedman

Paul Friedman, Partner, Baker and McKenzie

  • The fight against anti-money laundering and terrorism – who is winning
  • Preventative measures for the future
  • 9:00 Chairman's Opening Remarks

    David Hughes

    David Hughes, Partner, Head of Banking & Finance Solutions Group & Contributing Editor to Butterworths Money Laundering Law,, DLA

    9:10 OPENING ADDRESS

    Doug Hopton

    Doug Hopton, Head of Group Fraud and Money Laundering Prevention, Barclays

  • Defining fraud
  • The key types of fraud – most popular methods
  • Investigation methods
  • The general negative effects of money laundering
  • The importance of international co-operation
  • The role of technology – new introductions
  • 9:40 LAUNDERING IN THE INSURANCE AND RETAIL MARKET

    Chris Hamblin

    Chris Hamblin, Head of Money Laundering, Complinet

  • Insurance, life and pensions: the uncharted continent
  • Term deposits and bonds
  • Pension schemes and AVCs
  • The approach of the FSA and GISC
  • Lies, damned lies and a lack of statistics
  • 10:20 THE CRIMINAL DIMENSION

    Christopher Murray

    Christopher Murray, Head of Criminal Law Department,, Kingsley Napley

  • Money laundering offences
  • Money laundering defences
  • Duties of confidentiality
  • Do I know, do I suspect?
  • Future offences
  • Will it work?
  • 11:00 Morning Coffee

    11:20 THE FSA REGIME

    Peter Andrews

    Peter Andrews, Manager, Economics of Financial Regulation, FSA

  • How to assess the regime:
  • Conventional analysis of costs and benefits
  • Deterrence of criminal activity
  • Measuring effectiveness
  • Current supervisory perspectives

    FSA’s training requirements

  • Recent developments

    Looking ahead

  • 12:00 INTERNATIONAL SETTLEMENTS

    David Hughes

    David Hughes, Partner, Head of Banking & Finance Solutions Group & Contributing Editor to Butterworths Money Laundering Law, DLA

  • The money laundering regime
  • The international role of money laundering
  • The key problem areas
  • Correspondent banking
  • Solving money laundering
  • The next key moves and issues
  • 12:40 Lunch

    14:00 AN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE

    Andreas Philippou

    Andreas Philippou, Chief Senior Manager, Central Bank of Cyprus

  • Current banking controls
  • Criminal activity and banking participation – how can it happen?
  • Laws to protect
  • New approaches to deal with crime
  • Cyprus and ill-gotten gains
  • A positive future
  • 14:40 THE POLICING PERSPECTIVE

    Detective Inspector Cliff Knuckey

    Detective Inspector Cliff Knuckey, Money Laundering Investigation Team, Metropolitan Police

  • The law enforcement role in anti-money laundering
  • Profiling money laundering – the trends, patterns & typologies
  • The reactive approach to preventative measures
  • The proactive approach to preventative measures
  • Developing a partnership approach to anti-money laundering
  • 15:20 Afternoon Tea

    15:40 E-COMMERCE & INTERNET RISKS

    David Porter

    David Porter, Principal, Unisys

  • Latest e-commerce developments and crimes
  • Preventative and detective technology responses
  • Some example systems from industry
  • Re-evaluating “valuable customers”: the good, the bad and the ugly
  • Integrating the human dimension into technology undertakings
  • Future developments
  • 16:20 REDUCING RISK – THE HUMAN FACTOR

    Philip Marshall

    Philip Marshall, Director of Business Development, Easy i

  • Are you doing the right things?
  • KYC and suspicious transactions
  • Management and awareness programmes
  • Speed and versatility
  • Latest techniques to generate employee awareness of risk issues
  • 17:00 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day One

    8:30 Re-registration and Coffee

    9:00 Chairman's Opening Remarks

    Professor Barry A K Rider

    Professor Barry A K Rider, Director, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies

    9:10 MONEY LAUNDERING – A PRACTICAL VIEW

    Bob Upton

    Bob Upton, Head of Money Laundering Prevention & Monitoring, Lloyds TSB Bank

  • Background to the problems
  • Key risk areas
  • Practical solutions
  • International lessons to be learnt
  • A smoother operation
  • Future changes that must take place
  • 9:40 THE IRISH CONTEXT

    Edel McDermott

    Edel McDermott, Group Money Laundering Manager, AIB Group

  • Introduction
  • Problem areas in Ireland
  • Key concerns for the future
  • The Bank’s processes – are they sufficient?
  • Attractiveness of Ireland to launder money
  • Actions to be taken – changes to be made
  • 10:20 INTERPRETATION OF THE FSA AND JMLSG GUIDELINES

    Jacqueline Collins

    Jacqueline Collins, Head of Compliance, Britannia Building Society

  • Outline to the guidelines
  • Changes to operating against money laundering
  • Needs and concerns – have they been met?
  • Internal management policies
  • A major improvement?
  • The future – is it positive?
  • 11:00 Morning Coffee

    11:20 A risk based approach to Money Laundering detection, investigation and Compliance:

    Gary Duxbury

    Gary Duxbury, Director of Commercial Operations, Northland

  • Understand the objective, is it Money Laundering, Fraud or Compliance? Or some permutation.
  • KYC/KYO Know Your Customer/Know Your Organisation. Define the human and electronic components of both.
  • Define the weakest links and validate against regulations and best practice.
  • Avoid inconsistencies.
  • Look for incremental wins not big cost, big bang, big risk.
  • Plan for a moving target.
  • 12:00 FRAUD

    Paul Friedman

    Paul Friedman, Partner, Baker & McKenzie

  • High profile cases
  • The international private banking industry
  • Terrorism – a new concern
  • It’s unavoidable now – know your client!
  • Key legal and political developments
  • The future
  • 12:40 Lunch

    14:00 POPULAR MONEY LAUNDERING

    Eric Purdy, Principal, Adiemus Consulting

    Eric Purdy, Principal, Adiemus Consulting, and, Treasurer, Institute of Money Laundering Prevention Officers

  • The major groups involved
  • The most popular types of laundering
  • New prevention techniques
  • New laundering techniques
  • How to catch a criminal
  • The next steps
  • 14:40 THE OFFSHORE DIMENSION – MYTHS & REALITIES

    David McGarry

    David McGarry, Partner - Head of Regulatory & Compliance, KPMG Isle of Man

  • Overview of offshore aspects of money laundering
  • Key drivers for change – FATF, UN, OECD, EU
  • The FATF blacklist – current status
  • Immediate threats
  • Longer-term future for the offshore centres –winners and losers!
  • 15:20 Afternoon Tea

    15:40 FISCAL ASPECTS OF MONEY LAUNDERING

    Andrew Hinsley, Senior Manager – Financial Services Industry (Corporate Tax Consulting), Andersen

    Andrew Hinsley, Senior Manager – Financial Services Industry (Corporate Tax Consulting), Andersen, and, Andersen Chris Tragheim, Senior Manager, Andersen

  • The legal background to tax evasion as a money laundering offence
  • The evolving nature of tax prosecutions
  • International and domestic exchanges of information
  • Financial institutions as collecting and reporting agents
  • Issues for financial institutions and professional advisers
  • Adopting and integrated solution to compliance
  • 16:20 MONEY LAUNDERING COMPLIANCE & PREVENTION

    Michael Hyland

    Michael Hyland, Director & Principal Consultant, MHA Consulting

  • The role of the “Board”
  • An MLRO’s expectations of the “Board”
  • Taking the risk based approach
  • Awareness and training – satisfying the two requirements
  • Avoiding the common pitfalls
  • Managing relationships with the regulators
  • 17:00 Chairman's Closing Remarks and Close of Conference

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