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Guernsey | 13. 11. 2018

3rd Annual Guernsey Compliance & Economic Crime Symposium

The definitive compliance and financial crime prevention event of the year

The Annual Guernsey Compliance & Economic Crime Symposium will attract financial services professionals from Guernsey, the UK and Europe and will provide delegates with an update on top regulatory issues as well as exploring global topics such as countering the financing of terrorism, sanctions, and bribery & corruption.

2018-11-13 09:00:00 2018-11-13 17:00:00 Europe/London 3rd Annual Guernsey Compliance & Economic Crime Symposium Duke of Richmond Hotel JIBS Events bookings@jerseyibs.com
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Overview

This year's symposium considers the risks faced by financial services businesses of facilitating monies derived from bribery and corruption.

Following the Panama Papers scandal in 2016 and the increasing focus by governments around the world on the detrimental impact of bribery and corruption on communities in poorer regions, this event will examine anti-bribery & corruption (ABC) from the perspective of policy makers, law enforcement agencies and industry practitioners.

Who this event is for?

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

Pricing & discounts

Price: £355

We offer the following discounts for this event:

  • 20% for GACO members
  • 10% for ICA, STEP, GAT, IoD, CIISF, Digital Greenhouse and GCOC members (Discounts cannot be used in combination)
2018-11-13 09:00:00 2018-11-13 17:00:00 Europe/London 3rd Annual Guernsey Compliance & Economic Crime Symposium Duke of Richmond Hotel JIBS Events bookings@jerseyibs.com
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Event Schedule

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Jo French LLM (Chairperson), Director of Education at Jersey International Business School

Opening address

09:00
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Simon Gaudion, Director of Enforcement at the Guernsey Financial Services Commission

Bribery and corruption – the regulator's expectations

09:15
  • General Bribery and Corruption in the context of client base and what the Regulator would expect
  • Bribery and Corruption threats and considerations for staff when dealing with clients and the systems and controls we would expect to see in place within a firm
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TBC

Bribery and corruption risk management

09:45
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Annabel Reoch, Partner, UK Head of Anti-bribery and Corruption at KPMG

Ensuring effective anti-bribery and corruption policies and procedures

10:15
  • What is meant by “adequate procedures” under the UK Bribery Act
  • Lessons learned from recent global cases
  • Common pitfalls and challenges in ensuring effective policy and procedures
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Panel discussion: Understanding the real risks

10:45
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Break

11:15
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Speaker to be confirmed

Recent developments in the fight against economic crime​​

11:30
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Dr. Stephen Strickland, Director, Anti-Financial Crime, Head of Financial Crime Investigations UKI at Deutsche Bank

Managing the challenge of financial crime prevention

12:00
  • Does current regulation and legislation encourage financial crime compliance or prevention?
  • Is there a difference between financial crime compliance and financial crime prevention?
  • If financial crime prevention is different, what is required for an effective prevention programme?
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Panel discussion: Office for Professional Body Anti-Money Laundering Supervision (OPBAS) and where next for the financial crime crusade?

12:30
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Lunch

13:00
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Speaker TBC

14:00
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Roland Guennou, AML/KYC and Client Onboarding Expert

Effective customer due diligence – a practical guide

14:30
  • Creating a sustainable KYC framework – governance and accountability
  • Achieving compliant risk-based CDD – policies, processes and training
  • Improving service and efficiency – operating model and technology
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Panel discussion: The regulator’s expectations regarding effective due diligence

15:00
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Break

15:30
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Dominic Wheatley, Chief Executive of Guernsey Finance

Protecting Guernsey's reputation as a leading IFC

15:45

• What is reputation?

• What are the key elements which make up Guernsey’s reputation?
• How do we manage the perception of others in relation to reputation?

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Panel discussion

16:15
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Jo French LLM (Chairperson), Director of Education at Jersey International Business School

Closing address

16:45
2018-11-13 09:00:00 2018-11-13 17:00:00 Europe/London 3rd Annual Guernsey Compliance & Economic Crime Symposium Duke of Richmond Hotel JIBS Events bookings@jerseyibs.com
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Keynote Speakers

400 X 400 Steve Strickland

Dr Stephen Strickland

Director, Anti-Financial Crime, Head of Financial Crime Investigations UKI at Deutsche Bank

Steve is a senior Anti-Financial Crime professional and is a Fellow of both the International Compliance Association and the Chartered Management Institute. He is an accomplished public and academic speaker and is a regular speaker at the International Symposium on Economic Crime, held annually at Jesus College Cambridge; he has spoken at the House of Commons on economic crime (intelligence) and has worked with a variety of governments, law enforcement and anti-corruption agencies around the world, helping them develop effective anti-financial crime capabilities.

Steve joined Deutsche Bank in 2016 as the Regional Head of Financial Crime Investigations. Prior to this Steve was with Barclays as Head of Anti-Bribery & corruption for Barclaycard. 

Before his move into banking Steve was a senior Detective with the City of London Police working within the office of the National Police Coordinator for Economic Crime. 

In 2014, Steve authored ‘Authorised Professional Practice for Fraud’, the first official practice/guidance on fraud prevention, disruption and investigation for counter-fraud professionals.

Steve completed his Doctorate with Middlesex University, examining the effectiveness of senior leadership in responding to the recommendations of the 2006 Fraud Review, how this changed the fraud landscape and the ethics of how offences are investigated and prosecuted.

Event Speakers

Jo French 400 X 400

Jo French LLM (Chairperson)

Director of Education at Jersey International Business School

Jo has worked in offshore financial services since 1988 and is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators. Jo previously ran the ICSA programme at BPP Professional Education where her students won many of the international prizes. Jo has also taught on CMI and ACCA.

In addition she is a senior lecturer for the International Compliance Association delivering on their full range of AML and compliance qualifications.  As well as exam training and involvement on JIBS’s extensive public programme, Jo specialises in developing bespoke, technical in-house CPD programmes covering a range of AML, compliance and governance issues. Clients include the British Bankers' Association, the Association of Corporate Service Providers in the Isle of Man and the Guernsey Training Agency.

A committed educationalist, Jo obtained a First Class Law Degree in 2005 (LLB), facilitated through the Open University. In 2015 she was awarded a Merit in a Masters in Law (LLM) from Queen Mary University of London specialising in financial services law. She is passionate about the delivery of accessible and innovative training courses.

400 X 400 Simon Gaudion

Simon Gaudion

Director of Enforcement at the Guernsey Financial Services Commission

Simon Gaudion worked for almost 30 years in law enforcement, where he worked in several teams investigating serious criminal offences, both domestically and internationally.

During his career he led many frontline teams, including the Fraud and International Team for the Bailiwick of Guernsey. In 2009 Simon returned to the Financial Investigation Unit where he was the Senior Manager in charge of the Money Laundering and Confiscation Team. His last role in law enforcement was as Senior Manager in charge of the Financial Intelligence Service, which was predominantly responsible for the acceptance and evaluation of SAR data and case development.

Simon joined the Guernsey Financial Services Commission in July 2013 as the Director of Enforcement. Since joining the Commission, Simon has overseen the development of the Enforcement Division to enable the Commission to enforce where appropriate and reasonable to do so.

Simon is also a member of Committee 4 and the Screening Group for the International Organisation of Securities Commissions, which is an association of organisations that regulate the world's securities and futures markets.

400 X 400 Dominic Wheatley

Dominic Wheatley

Chief Executive Officer of Guernsey Finance

Dominic is Chief Executive of Guernsey Finance. His role includes business development and the promotion of Guernsey’s finance industry in the island’s target markets including Europe, the US and the emerging markets, and liaison with industry associations and government, both in Guernsey and further afield. Previously Chief Marketing Officer of the Willis Global Captive Practice and Managing Director of its Guernsey business, Dominic has more than 25 years of finance experience in London and, for the past 20 years in Guernsey. Dominic is a member of the Institute of Directors and serves as a non-executive director on a number of local boards. He is a fellow of the Chartered Insurance Institute and holds an MBA from Warwick University.

400 X 400 Annabel Reoch

Annabel Reoch

Partner, UK Head of Anti-bribery and Corruption at KPMG

Annabel is the UK Head of ABC and an Accredited Counter Fraud Specialist with 12 years of investigations and compliance experience. Annabel has led a wide variety of forensic assignments in the UK and internationally. Annabel is a qualified Chartered Accountant with experience on both reactive investigations and proactive ABC and Fraud assignments. Annabel has experience leading ABC projects including pre- and post-acquisition ABC due diligence, risk assessments, internal audit compliance programme reviews, governance reviews, training and third party analysis.

400 X 400 Fiona Crocker

Fiona Crocker

Director of the Financial Crime Supervision and Policy Division at the Guernsey Financial Services Commission

Fiona Crocker is the Director of the Financial Crime Supervision and Policy Division at the Guernsey Financial Services Commission, a role she was appointed to in October 2014. She joined the Commission in 1999 and has considerable experience of AML/CFT supervision of firms across the broad spectrum of financial services businesses in Guernsey including banks, insurers, investment firms and trust companies, and experience of policy development to revise the Bailiwick's AML/CFT framework to meet the 2012 Financial Action Task Force ("FATF") recommendations. Fiona co-led on the Commission’s contribution to the mutual evaluation of Guernsey by MONEYVAL, which resulted in an extremely positive report for Guernsey on the strength of the AML/CFT measures in place and the effectiveness of supervision. She has taken part in a mutual evaluation of a MONEYVAL member country’s AML/CFT regime and has been trained in the FATF’s methodology for assessing compliance with the FATF’s recommendations. She has an economics degree from the University of Wales and is a member of the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment.

2018-11-13 09:00:00 2018-11-13 17:00:00 Europe/London 3rd Annual Guernsey Compliance & Economic Crime Symposium Duke of Richmond Hotel JIBS Events bookings@jerseyibs.com

Duke of Richmond Hotel

Cambridge Park, St Peter Port, Guernsey, GY1 1UY

2018-11-13 09:00:00 2018-11-13 17:00:00 Europe/London 3rd Annual Guernsey Compliance & Economic Crime Symposium Duke of Richmond Hotel JIBS Events bookings@jerseyibs.com