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.
“It is only right to examine how ethical-decision making benefits society. It is not surprising that some of the benefits are demonstrable in economic terms. As a result, purposeful investment to build ethical infrastructure makes sense for our societies and our economies. As we strive to prosper within planetary boundaries and achieve truly inclusive societies, there is urgency to build trust and the capacity navigate these complex challenges. The practical initiatives proposed in this report provide a blueprint for building the ethical infrastructure we need. The recommendations are farsighted in their aims, and their systematic pursuit cannot start soon enough.”
“The basic idea is to say let’s regulate through ethical culture, rather than through deterrence. Let’s have a problem-solving approach, rather than the linear approach of identifying breaches.”
“When you have a business and regulator committed to ethical business practices, the relationship between the two is ethical business regulation. Then, we need lots of regulators and businesses involved to maximize effectiveness.”
“We need to be able to regulate the future, not just today. Our approach is based on organizational performance and not just reactions to business risks. We design oversight relative to companies’ performance in managing risks. In this way, we support delivery of best regulation principles.”
Ben Alcott, International Director at the UK Civil Aviation Authority
“We have to make sure that evaluations, impact assessments and the regulations themselves are proportionate. For me, the most important thing is that we have clarity and narrative so that we can communicate to citizens what we want to do and why.”
“Ultimately, better regulation is not a technical debate — it’s about culture, ethics and values.”
Veronica Gaffey, Chair of the Regulatory Scrutiny Board (RSB) at the European Commission.
“…integrating culture, ethics and trust issues into decision making, we empower local regulators to adjust to local realities.”