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AML Compliance and Enforcement Seminar, brought to you by Ince Gordon Dadds & iGaming Academy

Insights / 03-01-2019 / Gibraltar, London

AML Compliance and Enforcement Seminar, brought to you by Ince Gordon Dadds & iGaming Academy.

Tuesday 15 January 2019, Intercontinental Hotel Malta – 1.00pm – 8.00pm

We are delighted to invite you to attend our half a day conference at the Intercontinental Hotel, St Julian's, Malta. Hosting alongside iGaming Academy and supported by Dow Jones, the Malta Gaming Authority and Malta’s Financial Intelligence Analysis Unit.

With the implementation of the 4AMLD in late 2017 and the subsequent implementing measures and guidance set out by the FIAU and ongoing monitoring by the MGA, it is imperative that operators fully understand and meet the requirements of compliance with the AML regulations.

This seminar will explore key topics in AML including the methodology to a comprehensive risk assessment, enhanced due diligence requirements including source of funds/wealth, financial crime enforcement and a review of the compliance landscape for 2019.

Andrew Tait and Alex Ktorides will be presenting the following sessions:

>  Risk Assessment methodology & MLRO reporting requirements

>  AML and Financial Crime enforcement.

A full copy of the afternoons agenda and speakers can be found here.

The half day delegate package can now be purchased.

Post - seminar we would like to invite you to join us for a networking evening over a glass of wine and canapés.

Please RSVP using the link above which will link you directly to the iGaming purchase page.

Alex Ktorides

Alex Ktorides Partner

Andrew Tait

Andrew Tait Partner, Head of Gaming

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