The Institute is a well-established, financial crime prevention forum for anti-money laundering professionals who share views, experiences and concerns – in a safe environment – on the day-to-day business of combating money laundering, bribery and corruption and fraud.
Set up in 2001 as a discussion forum, The Institute provides opportunities for members to hear first hand from subject matter experts to address specific issues of concern and keep up to date with emerging trends in the financial crime prevention community.
The quarterly member meetings present the opportunity to network with colleagues from the financial crime prevention community whilst also receiving first hand updates from subject matter experts on a diverse range of topics including anti money laundering, anti bribery and corruption, sanctions, fraud and SARs.
Run for Members by Members
Run for members by members, every individual on the committee is voted in every year at the Annual General Meeting. The committee aims to reflect the wide range of organisations members belong to, ensuring workshops, member meetings and the annual conference are relevant and well received.
Aims and Objectives
- INDUSTRY FORUM
- PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
- BROAD REPRESENTATION
- LATEST THINKING
The Institute warmly welcomes anti-money laundering and financial crime prevention representatives from any business affected by AML and financial crime prevention regulations.
Current members come not only from banks, insurance companies, fund managers and building societies but also a wide range of other organisations such as gaming companies, accountancy firms, law firms, money service businesses, estate agencies and many more.
We open our doors to professionals at any stage in their career development. Whilst providing invaluable support for those in senior roles it is also important to develop the next generation and as such we are happy for junior members to join to help in their progression.