2022 ANNUAL CONFERENCE

INNOVATION & TECHNOLOGY
FOR ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING & FINANCIAL CRIME PREVENTION

11 - 12 October 2022

Tuesday 11th Oct, 12.30pm - Wednesday 12th Oct, 1pm
The Grand Hotel, Birmingham

2022 has seen geopolitical events take centre stage, but for MLROs and Financial Crime Professionals a few things have remained abundantly clear for a while: the scale of the problem is not getting any smaller. Innovation and technology are not only the hallmarks of increasingly sophisticated criminals, making it more difficult to contain and minimise the threat, but they are also some of our most important tools in fighting organised crime.

Besides providing timely updates from law enforcement, government and private sector bodies, our 2022 conference will be taking a close look at the innovation and technology themes which are shaping the landscape we operate in, ensuring that you’re equipped with the most up-to-date industry knowledge.

Join us in Birmingham for this fantastic 2-day event to learn from leading experts and network with other professionals from across all regulated sectors including financial services, law, accountancy, gambling and gaming and more!

Birmingham's original Grand Hotel re-opened in May 2021

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The Institute continues to work with both the public and private sector representatives including regulators, supervisors, legislators and law enforcement agencies to keep members up to date with the evolving trends and issues. The 2022 Conference provides another superb opportunity to hear first-hand from relevant speakers on current themes, whilst networking with a diverse range of colleagues from the financial crime prevention community.

  • 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.

Confirmed Speakers

Ray Blake

Director, The Dark Money Files

 

Martin Cox

Senior Manager, UK Financial Intelligence Unit Economic Crime Command at National Crime Agency (NCA)

 

Dave Cliff

Professor and Director, Intelligent Systems Labs, University of Bristol, FCA Academic Advisory Council on Analytics

 

Aidan Larkin

CEO & Co-Founder, Asset Reality

 

 

Jennie Haslett

Head of FATF and International Branch, Sanctions and Illicit Finance Team at HM Treasury

 


Denisse Rudich

Director & Founder, Rudich Advisory

 

 

Francisco Mainez

Global Head of Financial Crime, ECOMMPAY

 

 

 

Marvin Hurlston

Head of Financial Crime, Market Finance

 

 


Christopher Day

Senior Director, Financial Crime Compliance, FTI Consulting

 

 

 

Alexandra Will

Director, Global Investigations and Compliance, Guidehouse

 

 

 

Priya Giuliani

Partner, Global Investigations & Compliance, Guidehouse

 

 


Toni Harding

Supervisor, Counter Terrorism Financial Investigations, West Midlands Police

 

 

 

 

DC Lee Ladlow

Investigator, Counter Terrorism Financial Investigations, West Midlands Police

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

Sponsors & Supporters

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The Grand Hotel, Birmingham

An inspiring mix of old and new, The Grand Hotel Birmingham combines original Victorian architecture with striking modern features. This iconic sleeping beauty is being brought back to life to create a luxury hotel for Birmingham in the 21st century. From the ornate Louis XIV-style Grand Ballroom to the stunning duplex penthouse apartment, The Grand is filled with extraordinary spaces. Original, listed features have been lovingly restored; and the interiors have been reimagined by Robert Angell International, bringing comfort and glamour in equal measure.

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