Session Details
Upgrading AML/CFT 2023

Presenting Speakers

About the Session

2022 conflicts have moved AML/CFT up the priority list. The industry is on the verge of more aggressive economic crime plans that will get all the pieces of the jigsaw in place. RegTech will play a key role in enabling better, faster and cheaper models. What are the key innovation problem statements and priorities for 2023?

Regulatory Challenges
  • Bank of England – Charting the Future of Post-Trade here
  • Economic Crime (Transparency and Enforcement) Act
  • FATF 40 recommendations here
  • UK sanctions report
  • Post-Brexit UK MLR
  • BIS crypto asset AML
  • Digital Asset standards (e.g., EC travel rule)
  • FATF Virtual Assets 12 month review – travel rule
  • EU ALMA single rule book Regulation
  • EU 6MLD & crypto asset here
  • MiFID III/ ESG Suitability requirements here
New RegTech/SupTech drivers
  • JWG economic crime RegTech analysis and RegCast here
  • JWG AML and TM RegTech 2022 analysis here
  • JWG analysis – 10 Sanctions RegTech priorities here
  • RegCast: Reviving FinCrime RegTech here
  • RegCast: When DeFi catches the AML car here
  • RegCast: An Interpol for sanctions here
  • Economic crime RegTech Priorities 2022 here
  • Terrorism Financing Risks RUSI paper here
  • RUSI CRAAFT event recording here
  • Supervisory data sharing / MAS COSMIC data sharing here
  • TR analysis – UK AML travel rule here
  • FATF Virtual Assets 12 month review – travel rule