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Post by claud39 on Sun Feb 24, 2019 8:28 am

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The Changing Dynamics of Anti-Money Laundering and the Financing of Terrorism in the Modern Financial Technology Era (FINTECH)




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The Changing Dynamics of Anti-Money Laundering and the Financing of Terrorism in the Modern Financial Technology Age (FINTECH) 
24-26 February 2019 DAMASCUS - Syrian Arab Republic Dama Rose Hotel 

BACKGROUND:

The subject of AML / CFT takes more attention from all Authorities and stakeholders in the world as a result of the increase in these cross-border operations and their diversity and ramifications, taking advantage of modern technologies and financial innovations in payment methods and banking services, which often use the banking sector and financial institutions In their implementation, exposing banks to considerable risks.

In the face of this scourge, the regulatory, judicial and security authorities, in coordination with banks and financial institutions, are working to develop ways to counter these terrorist organizations and to strengthen their response in line with the development of organized crime that can use FINTECH as a tool to pass their crimes. Which has become a concern for all concerned in the banking and financial sector in the world. 

This workshop will shed light on the bank's verification managers to make all efforts and expertise to detect and report suspicious transactions that may be identified through day-to-day operations. 
In this workshop, we will present the latest developments in the world of money laundering crimes and the technological techniques used to strengthen and facilitate detection and reporting. 

Objectives: To
review the definitions and terminology of money laundering as well as the latest developments.
An in-depth understanding of the mechanisms used to identify clients in the financial sector. 
Understanding the mechanisms used to combat money-laundering and technological advances Assisting 

targeted participants:
officials and employees of compliance units. 
Officers and staff of risk management units. 
Control and audit officials and staff. 
Highlights and schedule: 

First day:
the role played by governmental and non - governmental organizations and international institutions in the fight against financial crimes (World Bank, Transparency International 
, the International Monetary Fund, the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), and Vsberg group) 
lighting highlighted the recommendations of the Financial Action Group ( (FATF) 
Definition of the owner of the economic right in accordance with international standards and policies best 
apply the procedures of 'know your customer' and strict care and how to control accounts
(DNFBPs) 
Risk Based Approach 
Preparing the appropriate human cadre for compliance management 
Building and developing a solid reporting system for suspicious transactions to the Financial Intelligence Unit 
Definition of cybercrime and its consequences on banks and how to address the risks of cyber attacks 
Risk management especially in terms of dual - use items of documentary credits for peaceful purposes or non - peaceful (dual-use Goods) 

second day:
manipulation of data transfers of cross-border point of violating international sanctions risk (Wire stripping) 
limit policy N Risk (DE-Risking) and its repercussions on the relationship with reporters 
cases the process of 
corporate governance (Corporate Governance) and effectiveness in the role of the risks of money laundering and the financing of terrorism
Anti-Bribery & Corruption (ABC-Anti-Bribery & Corruption), which is required by correspondent banks 
in 
FinTech. 
The Risks of Using Financial Technology (FINTECH) in Money Laundering and the Financing of Terrorism 

Day 3:
Applications of Financial Technology in the Fight Against Money Laundering: 
Rules of Information for Financial Technology Applications. 
Automating the process of opening accounts and linking them to global regulations. 
Challenges in language science and logarithms of search engines. 
Challenges of linking information from various sources. 
Automate customer control processes and challenges in it. 
Decision to adopt surveillance techniques (reports, manual scenarios, artificial intelligence, etc.) ..
Decision to adopt monitoring methods (immediate, day-end, weekly, monthly, etc.) ... 
Adopting the principle of 'risk-based approach' and the extent to which financial technology is linked to it. 
The adoption of financial technology in the prevention of customer account piracy, AML / CFT operations. Processes 
of the 

lecturer process 

Mr. Camille Barjo - (CAMS) is a licensed Anti-Money Laundering 
Business Consultant at Acumen LLC. Consulting and IT solutions in the financial, commercial and public sectors - Lebanon. 
He has more than 20 years of experience in banking and informatics, where he was recently the head of the compliance department at one of Lebanon's most prestigious banks. 
Mr. Barjo is currently an active member of Acumen LLC. Consulting and IT solutions in the financial sector
Commercial and public in terms of its role as business advisor and design solutions, particularly in terms of compliance and combating 
money laundering and terrorist financing in the Middle East and Africa. 
He holds a Bachelor of Science in Informatics and a University Degree in Banking. 

Mr. Shawqi Ahoush (CAMS) is a certified anti-money laundering 
expert in the fight against money laundering and terrorist financing in Lebanon. 
He has more than 15 years of banking experience in the Lebanese banking sector, during which he undertook various functions and responsibilities, which were divided between international banking operations, external relations with correspondents and documentary credits. 
He holds an MBA from the American University of Beirut and is a lecturer at the Higher Institute of Business (ESA) in the field of combating financial crimes,
He is also a Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment in London / UK. 
He has been a lecturer in several workshops and conferences on combating money laundering and terrorist financing in the Middle East and Africa. 

The subscription fee is 

600 €, 
including the registration fee, attendance of the workshop, receipt of working papers, daily breaks, distribution of scientific material, 
hospitality and a daily lunch for participants. 

Schedule and Language Workshop 

Registration: The first day from 8:00 - 9:00 am. 
Schedule: 9:00 - 15:00. 
Workshop language: Arabic and English. 

Payment Method: Cash
Please send the names of the participants to the following addresses: 
Union of Arab Banks 

Head Office: 

Beirut - Republic of Lebanon: 11-2416 Riad El Solh 2110 1107 
- Tel: + 961-1-364881 / 5/7 + 961-1-377800 - Fax: + 961-1-364955 + 961-1-364952 
e-mails: training@uabonline.org Booking online: www.uabonline.org 

Regional Offices: 

Khartoum - Republic of Sudan: (12597) - Telephone and fax: + 249-183-781742 

Amman - Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan: (942 100) Oman (11194) Jordan - Tel: + 962-6-5677234 / 5 - Fax + 962-6-5688854 

Cairo - Egypt: 19 Batal Ahmed Abdel Aziz -alldor Second Street, Apartment (11) - Engineers - Giza 
- Tel: + 202-33034442 + 202-33023762 - Fax: + 202-33440297

Tunisia - Republic of Tunisia: Khairuddin Pasha Street - Alnasim District - PO Box 1002/45 Tunisia Belvedere - House of Banking House 
- Tel: + 216-71-908083 - Fax: + 216-71-951419
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