Compliance should be part of a firm’s strategic thinking. The regulators will play an increasingly important role in influencing financial institutions’ strategy. Compliance is no longer just about today – it is now vital to think about how both prudential and conduct issues fit into the firm’s strategy and how...
Compliance should be part of a firm’s strategic thinking. The regulators will play an increasingly important role in influencing financial institutions’ strategy. Compliance is no longer just about today – it is now vital to think about how both prudential and conduct issues fit into the firm’s strategy and how compliance risks can be managed going forward into 2018 and beyond.
CCL in collaboration with Henley Business School and the ICMA Centre have developed this annual three-day executive programme designed specifically for Senior Compliance and Financial Crime Prevention staff.
The programme will examine the key local and global regulatory trends and developments impacting the financial services industry in 2017/18.
Welcome and Introduction
- Nature and objectives of the programme – what do delegates wish to get out of the event?
- Upcoming developments in financial services regulation
International developments and their likely impact on regulation
- Latest developments in anti-bribery enforcement
- Cybercrime: the regulators start taking it seriously
Culture & Conduct
- Recent experiences in Europe and the potential impact on the GCC
- Expectations of senior management
Recent Developments in Financial CrimeIntroduction
Brief overview of financial crime trends and problems including FATF and government priorities, information sharing and due diligence research
Key current issues
- Human Trafficking and Finance
- Corruption and Illicit Financial Flows
- Proliferation and Terrorism
The CTF Intelligence Simulation
- Identifying Intelligence Opportunities
- Typologies and Indicators
- Exploitation of NGO’s and International Focus
- The shifting dynamic - How Investigations and Intelligence Gathering change from Reactive to Proactive
- Preparation, Procurement, Planning and Cell Dynamics
Challenges ahead for a GCC Head of Compliance
- The challenges facing the Compliance community in the GCC in the face of new regulatory structures and quickly changing business practices
Recent enforcement cases and how they impact international business and regulation
- Prominent enforcement cases from late 2015 and 2016
- Lessons learnt and implications for GCC businesses
Latest Trends in Cybercrime
- Telematics; surveillance and the opportunities for fraudsters
- The Internet of Things; a plethora of new data breach risks in Financial Services
- Robotic devices and the future of mobile payments
- Man becomes the machine; implants, payments and personal data
- Conclusions and take-aways from the programme
- Certificate Presentation and Keynote Address