Caribbean Anti-Money Laundering Conference 2016

| 2016-02-29 00:00:00
Heads of Regulatory Agencies and Business Leaders from across 25 territories in the Americas will meet at the 2016 Annual Caribbean Anti-Money Laundering & Financial Crimes Conference to discuss the latest advances in the fight against Financial Crimes. This premier event will be held March 10th& 11th 2016 at the AAA Rated Four Diamond Conrad Hotel, in the heart of Miami’s Mary Brickell Financial District; the conference will offer opportunities for direct access to experienced Leaders and Subject Matter Experts in AML/CFT regulation and compliance within Caribbean, U.S., and Latin American Markets.

The 2016 conference program includes discussions on Correspondent Banking, Terrorism in the Caribbean, Human Trafficking in the Americas, the Current Round of Mutual Evaluation and the OECD’s Common Reporting Standard (CRS). The event will also feature tailored general sessions where Board Members and Executives will obtain AML/CFT updates relevant to Banks, Credit Unions, Insurance Companies, and private companies across thirty regulated industries.

Speakers include the Minister of Education of Antigua & Barbuda, Dr. Michael Browne; the Executive Director of the Caribbean Financial Action Task Force, Mr. Calvin Wilson; the Chairperson of Caribbean Association of Banks, Ms. Joanna Charles; the Head of the Financial Intelligence Unit (Curacao), Ms. Anne Marie Ch. Kemna; the Executive Director of the Financial Services Commission (Jamaica), Ms. Janice P. Holness; the Chief Executive Officer of the Financial Services Commission (Barbados), Mr. Randy Graham; the Executive Director of the Securities Commission of The Bahamas, Ms. Christina R. Rolle.

This conference will focus solely on AML/CFT Compliance issues that matter to Private Companies Board of Directors. 10 CPEs and a certificate of participation counting toward Annual Mandatory Anti-money Laundering Training will be issued to attendees.

The full conference program is available online at For additional press inquiries or communications please call 305-407-3640.


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