European Compliance & Ethics Institute | 15-17 March 2021
Learn about the Challenges Facing the European Compliance & Ethics Communit
Though we are all disappointed we will not be together in-person, the SCCE remains dedicated to providing a first-class learning experience while keeping the health and well-being of everyone a top priority.
The 2021 European Compliance & Ethics Institute (ECEI) will have the great speakers and content you’ve come to expect at the in-person event. This is the place to find out about the latest solutions to your challenges, hear strategies to mitigate risk, and improve your organization’s compliance program.
ECEI’s educational sessions will provide you with the opportunity to earn live Compliance Certification Board (CCB)® Continuing Education Units (CEUs) from the convenience of your home or office.
The 2021 agenda includes a range of trending topics including:
Founded in 2001, the AMLP Forum is a cross-industry association of financial crime and anti-bribery & corruption professionals from within financial services, insurance, money service businesses, extractive, aerospace & defence, gambling sectors, and other regulated industries in the UK, Europe and internationally. The key aim is to provide a peer forum in which to:
share knowledge and experience
compare and benchmark best practices
advance professional development of members
provide a support network on anti money laundering and anti-corruption issues
a powerful voice in government
AMLP Forum members are recognised as ethical and knowledgeable members of the financial crime and corruption prevention community.
Regular closed Members Meetings examining topical AML/CTF, financial crime, ABC and sanctions developments as well as common industry issues and evolving best practices
AMLP Online Resource Centre – a one stop source of global legislation, regulations, guidance, best practice papers, enforcement fines on AML/CTF, anti-bribery & corruption and economic/trade sanctions.
A complimentary bi-weekly newsletter rounding up global AML/CTF, anti-bribery & corruption and economic sanctions developments
Discounts to AMLP events: AMLP masterclasses, Annual European AML & Financial Crime Conference, Annual AML & Financial Crime Seminar and Annual Anti-Bribery & Corruption Forum
Access to AMLP Members Area, including the list of corporate members and past presentations
One free job listing in the Job Area and further discounted competitive advertising rate
The AMLP Forum is an association of leading anti-money laundering (AML) and counter terrorism financing (CTF), financial crime and anti-corruption practitioners — from within and outside financial services, insurance, MSBs, gambling, extractive, defence and other sectors in the UK and internationally. AMLP provides a vibrant platform for the exchange of knowledge, experience and evolving best practice.
The 14th Annual European AML & Financial Crime Conference – A Global Outlook
This event brings together leading stakeholders to examine the latest strategies and practical measures to combat ML/TF & financial crime. It provides an excellent opportunity to learn about recent international AML/CTF developments, best implementation practices, and share knowledge and solutions with professionals from UK, Europe and further afield.
XLoD Global is a new, digital event. It will be the first event ever to bring together all 3 lines of defence globally. Leading practitioners and regulators from EMEA, APAC and North America will convene to share best practice and discuss the future of control functions across the 3 lines of defence.
Over three days and 75 sessions XLoD Global features more than 150 MD level practitioner speakers from banks, asset managers and regulators. There will also be considerable opportunity for virtual networking.
If you work in risk and control do not miss thisunprecedented opportunity to increase your knowledge and network with your peers globally.
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