Strategy Exchange for Emerging AML, Cyber, Crypto, Terrorism Financing & Sanctions Risks

Financial Crime Executive Roundtable

09/25/2018 - 09/26/2018

National Security, CFIUS, Sanctions + Export Controls, Privacy + Data Security, and Financial Services

New York Hilton Midtown
New York, NY

Robert S. Litt

Robert S. Litt

Speaking Engagement

The world is evolving rapidly and anyone working in financial crime needs to stay ahead of disruptive technologies that are changing every industry. Threats are becoming more common as criminals are increasingly more sophisticated and organizations need to spend extra time and resource to protect themselves. Global enforcement trends reveal heightened regulatory scrutiny of your anti-money laundering, sanctions and anti-corruption compliance programs. 

How is your organization addressing these new risks? This new executive roundtable provides a forum to discuss emerging issues and includes audience interaction and dynamic live polling in many sessions to allow you to benchmark against your peers and ensure that your organization does not fall behind.

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