Annual Anti-Money Laundering Seminar
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When: 05/14/2019
Where: CUNY Graduate Center
365 Fifth Avenue
New York, New York 
United States
Contact: Andy Lebron

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This comprehensive full-day program provides a forum for international bankers and their legal and compliance advisors to hear the latest BSA/AML/OFAC developments from federal and state regulators and private sector experts. As previously announced, Jamal El-Hindi, Deputy Director of the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), will give the opening address and Andrea Gacki, Director of the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), will give the luncheon address. Confirmed government speakers also include representatives from the Federal Reserve, the OCC, and the FBI, as well as private-sector experts from IIB member banks and leading law and consulting firms.
In addition to the keynote addresses, panel discussions will focus on the following topics:

- AML Legislative/Regulatory Reform: What's in the Realm
   of Possibility?
- Customer Due Diligence: Post Implementation Review
- OFAC Compliance and Enforcement Developments
- Suspicious Activity Reporting: Leveraging Technology and
   Model Validation
- New Frontiers: What FBOs Should Know About Cannabis
   Banking, Cryptocurrency and Resource Sharing



Seminar attendees who are subject to the New York continuing legal education requirement will be eligible to receive CLE credit (transitional CLE credit for newly admitted attorneys and non-transitional credit for experienced attorneys), based on their attendance at the seminar (in this connection, a copy of IIB's financial assistance policy is available from IIB on request).


The fee to attend the seminar is $695 per person ($895 non-members; $350 government rate).

For registration related questions and information about sponsorship opportunities, please contact Andy Lebron, Member Services & Events Registration Coordinator at (646)213-1140 or

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