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Learn step-by-step from the professionals how to complete an AML/CFT business risk assessment for any sized business, in any industry sector.
Kerry has in excess of 15 years experience in AML/CFT compliance, gaining this in both the private and government sectors. She has been a Certified AML Specialist for 13 years and holds an International Diploma in AML. For the past 9 years she has worked in an advisory role as an Executive Consultant for banks, foreign exchange traders, money remitters, finance lenders, wealth management and corporate service providers.
Kerry’s former positions include: Financial Crime Expert at the UK Financial Services Authority, Assistant Vice President and Deputy MLRO at the Bank of New York based in London, AML Manager at the Commonwealth Bank of Australia and AML Adviser at the Reserve Bank of New Zealand.
Kerry will be sharing her collective years of experience to demonstrate the fundamentals of developing an AML/CFT business risk assessment. She will explain how SMEs can meet regulatory requirements whilst cutting back significantly on operational costs of compliance.
Dr. Nicholas Gilmour has worked with global and national AML/CFT stakeholders in New Zealand, the Middle East, Australia and the United Kingdom to improve understanding and successfully incorporate international best practice associated with the prevention of money laundering and terrorism financing.
Dr Gilmour has worked as an advisor to the UK and Abu Dhabi Governments in relation to cross border criminal investigations, extradition, money laundering and organised crime. He is a current and elected member of the Australia and New Zealand Society of Criminology (ANZSOC) Committee of Management.
As an author of many publications on combatting financial crime, Dr Gilmour brings fresh and contemporary risk management procedures for identifying, managing and mitigating the risks to meet regulatory expectation so your business has benefit of knowing international standards and best practice procedures.