Jersey | 07. 11. 2017

13th Annual Compliance & Economic Crime Symposium

The definitive compliance event of the year

Acknowledged by senior offshore practitioners as the essential event for MLROs, MLCOs, Compliance Officers, Senior Managers and Directors, the symposium offers a valuable opportunity to reflect upon the challenges faced by industry, whilst also equipping delegates with enhanced awareness of the key risks in compliance and the fight against financial crime.

2017-11-07 09:00:00 2017-11-07 17:00:00 Europe/London 13th Annual Compliance & Economic Crime Symposium Hotel de France JIBS Events bookings@jerseyibs.com
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The definitive compliance event of the year

Acknowledged by senior offshore practitioners as the essential event for MLROs, MLCOs, Compliance Officers, Senior Managers and Directors, the symposium offers a valuable opportunity to reflect upon the challenges faced by industry, whilst also equipping delegates with enhanced awareness of the key risks in compliance and the fight against financial crime.

The symposium will attract financial services professionals from around Europe and last year in Jersey we hosted over 200 delegates.

What can you expect?

This event will feature a panel discussion with a selection of local and off-island industry experts focusing on the local and global fight against economic crimes. Following the panel discussion, delegates will enjoy lunch and will have the opportunity to network with other financial services professionals.

Who this event is for

  • Compliance professionals
  • Consultants
  • Corporate executives (including CEOs and CFOs)
  • Senior managers
  • Risk executives
  • Directors
  • MLROs
  • MLCOs

Pricing & discounts

Price: £445

We offer the following discounts for this event:

  • 20% for JCOA members
  • 10% for ICA, KYC360°, JCOC, JADO, JBA, IoD and STEP members (Discounts cannot be used in combination)
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Event Schedule

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Registration & refreshments

08:30
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Stephen Platt, Principal of Stephen Platt & Associates LLP

Opening address

09:00
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Dan Marcos, Head of International Compliance at the Government of Jersey

Financial sanctions: Policy and compliance in an uncertain world

09:15
  • The current political context
  • Working together to improve sanctions implementation
  • The future of financial sanctions policy in Jersey
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Barry Faudemer, Director of Enforcement at the Jersey Financial Services Commission

Enforcement considerations post-MONEYVAL

10:00
  • Demonstrating effectiveness – what does that mean in practice and life post-MONEYVAL?
  • Current trends in enforcement locally and internationally that could have an impact upon a business
  • Good news stories from the world of enforcement

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Break

10:45
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Simon Riondet, Head of Financial Intelligence at EUROPOL (European Police Office)

A case study on international coordination in the investigation of terrorism financing

11:00
  • Role of Europol in the use and coordination of financial intelligence related to terrorism financing, and the innovative techniques used for tracking funds intended to support radicalised individuals residing in the conflict zones
  • Importance of information sharing and its positive impact on detection, prevention of all forms of international serious and organised crime and terrorism
  • Case study: How foreign terrorist fighters benefit from professional money launders and facilitators, also called money collectors; the use of a combination of official and unofficial (emergence of informal financial services (Hawala)) money transfer techniques by terrorists to move wealth anonymously
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Panel discussion: Disrupting the flow of terrorist financing

11:45
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Lunch

12:30
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Clare Whitaker, Head of Fraud Division C at the Serious Fraud Office (SFO)

The role of the SFO in fighting financial crime

13:45
  • Remit of the SFO
  • Stages of a case
  • Working with other law enforcement agencies at home and overseas
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George Pearmain, Lead Policy Adviser – Private Wealth and Financial Crime for the Government of Jersey

Meeting global expectations in international financial crime standards

14:30
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Break

15:15
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Roger Best, Partner at Clifford Chance

The Criminal Finances Bill - key considerations for financial services professionals

15:30
  • Amendments to the AML regime impacting financial services firms

– The impact of extensions to the moratorium period

– Rights to share and obligations to provide information 

  • The Magnitsky Amendment and Unexplained Wealth Orders - what do these mean for financial institutions?
  • What is the new corporate offence of failure to prevent the facilitation of tax evasion and how do you mitigate the risk of prosecution?
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Nick Williams, Partner at Ogier

4th / 5th EU AMLD – what’s next?

16:15
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Stephen Platt, Principal of Stephen Platt & Associates LLP

Closing address

17:00
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Keynote Speakers

400 X 400 Simon Riondet

Simon Riondet

Head of Financial Intelligence at EUROPOL (European Police Office)

A French Police Superintendent, he started his career in the French internal intelligence service. He was then assigned to the National Crime Squad where he held several management positions, including at regional units (criminal and financial investigations teams), the Surveillance and Intervention Unit, and the direction of the joint inter-agency task force dedicated to the fight against drug trafficking in the French West Indies.

He was later appointed the head of the French liaison desk in EUROPOL, responsible for all French law enforcement agencies’ cooperation with the European organisation.

He is now responsible for the entire spectrum of financial investigations from money laundering and asset recovery to cooperation between the EU FIUs (FIU.net project).

Event Speakers

400 X 400 Stephen Platt

Stephen Platt (Chairman)

Principal of Stephen Platt & Associates LLP

Stephen Platt is one of the world’s most experienced practitioners in the conduct of regulatory investigations. He is widely regarded as a leading expert in the criminal abuse of financial services and related regulatory issues with particular specialisms in anti-money laundering, sanctions and US extra-territoriality.

Stephen is an English barrister and a visiting Professor of Law at Georgetown University in Washington D.C. His practice is international. Among the numerous high-profile matters that he has been involved in over the last 2 decades are Arch Cru, Belgravia, R2R, Abacha, Maluf, Bhutto, Standard Chartered Trust Co, Anchor Trust, Caversham & Bell, and a whole host of others, less well publicised.

When not practising, he is much sought after as an accomplished speaker on the criminal abuse of financial services and regulation. He has trained the U.S. Department of Justice, the U.S. Treasury, numerous US law enforcement agencies, Europol, the Metropolitan Police and several regulatory authorities. He has spoken at the International Institute for Strategic Studies, the Cambridge Economic Crime Symposium, the European Parliament, the UN, the UNODC and the World Bank.

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Roger Best

Partner at Clifford Chance

Roger is head of Clifford Chance's global regulatory enforcement, investigations and white collar group, based in London. He qualified as a solicitor in England in 1980 and has been a partner since 1990.

He is Chairman of the Inter-Pacific Bar Association's Committee on Anti-Corruption and the Rule of Law, a member of the City of London Law Society's Corporate Crime and Corruption Committee and a Practitioner Fellow of Sussex University's Centre for the Study of Corruption.  He continues to coordinate Clifford Chance's role as honorary solicitors for Transparency International UK, having advised them on their guidance on good practice and procedures for corporate anti-bribery programmes.

400 X 400 George Pearmain

George Pearmain

Lead Policy Adviser – Private Wealth and Financial Crime at the Government of Jersey

George has worked for the Government of Jersey (States of Jersey) since 2012 advising initially the Minister for Economic Development, and more recently the Chief Minister of Jersey on policy and legislative development in relation to the financial services industry.

George currently takes lead responsibility for Government engagement in both the private wealth management sector and financial crime policy along with a variety of other day-to-day work across the financial services industry.

George has a background in commercial litigation with a particular focus on fraud, regulatory and trust disputes.

400 X 400 Barry Faudemer

Barry Faudemer

Director of Enforcement at Jersey Financial Services Commission

Barry Faudemer is a member of the Executive Board and has been the Director of Enforcement at the Jersey Financial Services Commission (JFSC) since 2007.

During that time Barry has participated in hundreds of complex regulatory investigations and has given evidence in several significant financial crime-related criminal prosecutions. He has also been at the forefront of developing the JFSC’s approach to settlement agreements and the introduction in 2015 of legislation enabling the regulator to impose civil penalties.

Barry has 37 years of law enforcement/regulatory experience. Prior to joining the JFSC, he was the Head of the Police and Customs Joint Financial Crime Unit and graduated from the FBI National Academy in 2006 having studied financial crime and the funding of terrorism.

Barry is the Chairman of the tripartite group consisting of representatives from the JFCU, Law Officers’ Department and the JFSC. The tripartite group meets whenever a case emerges that has both a regulatory and criminal nexus. Barry is also a founding member of the Jersey Fraud Prevention Forum and acts as the JFSC’s representative on the National Fraud Intelligence Network (Fin-Net).

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Clare Whitaker

Head of Fraud Division C at Serious Fraud Office (SFO)

Clare leads one of SFO's two fraud divisions.

Clare has over 20 years of prosecution experience, having worked at the Crown Prosecution Service as a Senior Crown Prosecutor before joining the Serious Fraud Office in 1996. Roles at the SFO include Investigative Lawyer and Case Controller and notable cases include R v Asil Nadir.

400 X 400 Dan Marcos

Dan Marcos

Head of International Compliance at the Government of Jersey

Born and educated in Jersey, Dan later gained degrees from the University of Liverpool and the University of Warwick, graduating from Warwick with an MA in International Relations.

Dan joined the Ministry of External Relations in 2009 and worked as senior official in Jersey with responsibility for relations with the European Union and European and Gulf Cooperation Council states.

Promoted to Head of International Compliance in June 2016, with a focus on financial sanctions and international treaties, Dan was formerly Principal Private Secretary to the Minister for External Relations, Senator Sir Philip Bailhache.

400 X 400 Nick Williams

Nick Williams

Partner at Ogier

Nick specialises in dispute resolution and restructuring and insolvency and has a broad experience of complex and often multi-jurisdictional commercial litigation. He co-chairs Ogier’s regulatory group, taking particular responsibility for contentious aspects. Legal 500 has described Nick as “pragmatic and particularly responsive to client needs”, and “extremely pleasant to deal with”. Chambers UK reports that clients say Nick is “firm without being provocative” and that he “demonstrates a great ability to ensure perspectives are maintained in situations that can become inflamed”.

A regular speaker at firm events, Nick joined Ogier in 2007, having previously practised in England with Clifford Chance. He was admitted as a Jersey Advocate in 2010, and became a Partner at Ogier in 2013.

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Hotel de France

St Saviour's Road, St Helier, Jersey JE1 7XP

2017-11-07 09:00:00 2017-11-07 17:00:00 Europe/London 13th Annual Compliance & Economic Crime Symposium Hotel de France JIBS Events bookings@jerseyibs.com

If you require accommodation to attend this event, you will be entitled to the below preferential delegate rates:

  • Single room – £75.00
  • Double/twin room for sole use – £85.00
  • Double/twin room occupied by two people – £100.00
  • Balcony room for sole use – £105.00
  • Balcony room occupied by two people – £120.00

Please contact the hotel reservations team direct at reservations@defrance.co.uk to obtain these discounted prices.

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