We invite you to join us for our upcoming event, Global russia Risks: Financial Crime and Compliance Forum, taking place on 17th January at 16:00 EET.
The Forum will gather leading experts on financial crime, anti-money laundering, cryptocurrency and sanctions to discuss risks posed by russia to international businesses. Discussion will be led by distinguished speakers from the Royal United Services Institute, Global Coalition to Fight Financial Crime, the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists, Elliptic, G3, White & Case, and Debevoise & Plimpton, among others.
The Forum will be opened by Sergii Marchenko, Minister of Finance of Ukraine.
16:00-16:10 EET. Keynote speech by Sergii Marchenko, Minister of Finance of Ukraine.
16:10-17:00 EET. Terrorism financing, money laundering and cybercrimes: business risks posed by russia.
To be discussed:
Placing russia on a map of threats to the global financial system;
Analysis of FATF guidance;
The Case of Wagner: Financing war in Ukraine, Syria, and Central African Republic;
Illegal arms trade and terrorism financing;
Typical money laundering schemes linked to russia and exposures to them from russian links;
Cyber threats: case studies/legal cases and existing schemes;
The role of russia in the world of illicit crypto.
17:05-17:10 EET. “The rising tide of Ukrainian sanctions” by Yuriy Nechayev, Partner at AVELLUM.
17:10-18:00 EET. Sanctions and financial crimes: how regulated firms should approach risk
To be discussed:
How to assess risk: lessons from National Risk Assessments;
FATF approach to russia and its relevance to regulated firms;
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