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About JIFS

The international landscape for financial crime is constantly evolving, with new threats, risks and typologies emerging all the time. The ability to “keep our fingers on the pulse” in the face of enormous obstacles will be the glue that holds our strategies together. As money launderers, terrorists, and other criminal groups undertake endless attacks, institutions must strengthen their anti-money laundering framework and technologies to combat emerging risks to ensure a secure future.


This year’s AML Conference will feature a variety of timely sessions on topics such as the link between human trafficking and money laundering, the new AML risk frontier of digital payments, and the role of AI and emerging technologies in AML risk compliance. We will also consider some of the current and emerging financial crimes, ESG financing, exploring the Data Protection Act and more. 


The conference, which features experienced speakers from the region and throughout the world, discusses where things stand and what lies ahead. It’s a must-attend to keep ahead of the trends affecting the region’s financial sector in 2022 and beyond.


  • The Link between Human Trafficking & Money Laundering
  • The New AML Risk Frontier – Digital Payments
  • AI and Emerging Technologies in AML Risk Compliance
  • Current and Emerging Financial Crimes
  • Coping with Change
  • ESG Financing - Principles of Responsible Banking


  • National Identification System – Enhancing the Know Your Customer Process  
  • Common Reporting Standards
  • Strengthening Anti-money Laundering Framework (Round Table)
  • Money laundering and Terrorism Funding in Betting and Gaming
  • Data Protection Act


  • AML/CFT Compliance practitioners from deposit taking and non-deposit taking sectors
  • Attorneys-at-law
  • Front-line staff
  • Internal and External Auditors
  • Real Estate Practitioners
  • Gaming Industry Personnel
  • Accountants
  • Law Enforcement
  • Regulators
  • Cambio & remittance sector
  • Microlending sector
  • Human Resources