On June 14 and 15, the Association of Latvian Commercial Banks (ALCB) in cooperation with experts from Temple Grange Partners and Consortix is hosting the Riga Compliance Forum.

ALCB Policy Guidance and Guidelines on Anti Money Laundering, Countering Terrorism Financing and Enforcement of Sanctions call for regular trainings to ensure the implementation of the highest AML/CFT compliance standards and the OFAC sanctions in particular. The ALCB is committed to achieving the highest anti-money laundering and combating the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT) compliance standards among member banks within the next 2 to 3 years.

This time the training event will be tailored for the senior AML/CFT officers and sanctions officers of the Banks and other entities exposed to AML/CFT compliance and financial sanctions risks. CAMS credits in process.

The fight against money laundering and terrorist financing, as well as adherence to international sanctions, is not and will not be the sole responsibility of the financial sector. This has a direct impact on the ability to execute contracts, settle them, successfully implement public procurement, implement large-scale projects, including financing from state and local government budgets. We are therefore, reaching out to business community via the Employer’s Confederation and Latvian Chamber of Commerce and Industry to take part in this and other training events organized by the Association.

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Information about Latvian Compliance Forum, 14th-15th June 2018


Participants will get 5 CAMS  credits and certificate of attendance.

More information and opportunity to register below and https://www.financelatvia.eu/lv/education-and-training/specialist-training/


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