When it comes to aligning financial crime and market abuse the FCA has turned up the volume. The regulator has returned to the theme in speeches, papers and Dear CEO letters. And the recent paper on money laundering is a must read for anyone in capital markets.

Helpfully, the paper is the most practical of the FCA’s guidance so far. The appendices outline seven typologies of money laundering, describing the flows of transactions that characterise each.

In our November briefing, we will focus on the FCA’s expectations when it comes to combatting financial crime in capital markets. We will also take a deep dive into some of the FCA’s typologies, focusing on how to identify these risks in your business, and develop effective, proportionate controls in each case.

Programme

Morning

Afternoon

Registration

8:00am

5:00pm

Briefing begins

8:15am

5:15pm

Q&A

9:00am

6:00pm

Session ends

9:15am

6:15pm

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Date
14 November 2019 (iCal | GCal)

Location
Bovill London

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