2020 IMLPO Annual Conference

11th - 12th May 2020 - POSTPONED due to COVID-19

Emma Radmore: Womble Bond Dickinson to chair the 2020 IMLPO conference

Intelligent partnerships and KYC: the evolving fight against financial crime

11th-12th May 2020, The Principal Hotel - Manchester

The financial crime landscape continues to present significant challenges with the increasing occurrence of terrorist and cyber incidents.

IMLPO continues to work with Regulators, Supervisors, Legislators and Enforcers, to keep members up to date with the evolving challenges. The 2020 conference provides another superb opportunity to hear first hand from the relevant authorities whilst networking with colleagues from the financial crime prevention community.

The introduction of the Economic Crime Plan, in addition to the progression to the 5th Money Laundering Directive, demonstrate the ongoing commitment of the UK Government to make the UK a hostile environment for criminals.

Join us at the 2020 Annual Conference to hear a diverse programme of subject matter experts to keep up to date with the developments in Regulations to protect your business.

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Who should Attend?

This conference is ideal for professionals responsible for the prevention of money laundering and financial crime, counter terrorist financing, and anti bribery & corruption drawn from all parts of the regulated sectors.

Delegates include financial services firms, lawyers, accountants, gambling / gaming, money service businesses, high value goods dealers, as well as law enforcement, regulators, supervisors and government representatives from across the UK. 

The conference provides an excellent opportunity for formal and informal networking with colleagues from the financial crime prevention community.

In association with...

Herbert Smith Freehills
Money Laundering Bulletin
Stephenson Harwood
Debevoise & Plimpton

The Principal: Manchester

With its clock tower and striking Victorian architecture, The Principal Manchester is an unmistakable landmark in the city's skyline.

A magnificent, terracotta Grade II listed building, the hotel has a history dating back to 1890, when it first opened as The Refuge Assurance Company headquarters.

Opposite Oxford Road Station and just a 10-minute walk from Manchester Piccadilly, The Principal Manchester is a superb conference venue, easily accessible from London, the Midlands and the North East, either by train or the motorway network.