By Elizabeth Hearst for AMLi
An outstanding line-up of international leaders in Anti-Financial Crime and Compliance was today announced for the Women In FinCrime Summit on March 3 next.
Thought leaders and regulators from across the globe will be joining us for the third Women In FinCrime Summit, held in celebration of International Women’s Day.
The summit will be held in two main Plenary sessions – timed for European and US audiences.
More than 1,000 delegates have already registered for the conference and more speakers are to be announced.
Amongst the leaders announced as speakers is Chair of the Egmont Group of Financial Intelligence Units and Head of the Dutch Financial Intelligence Unit, Mrs. Hennie Verbeek-Kusters.
Mrs Verbeek-Kusters was appointed as Chair of the Egmont Group in July 2020, having served as Head of the FIU – the Netherlands since 2008, and previously served as Chair of the International User Group on goAML.
Also in the stellar line up is Raluca Pruna, Head of Financial Crime Unit at DG FISMA at the European Commission. Raluca is former Minister for Justice in Romania, will provide an insight into the Commission’s AML package.
Since 2007, Ms Pruna has held several positions at the European Commission, fighting against organised and financial crime.
The captivating Ilze Znotiņa, Director at Latvia’s Financial Intelligence Unit will also be joining us for the morning’s thrilling discussions on the latest developments in AML/CFT, Latvia’s adaptation of goAML and importance of intelligence sharing.
Following the hotly anticipated 2021 launch of the European Public Prosecutor’s Office tasked with investigating and prosecuting crimes against the financial interests of the EU, we will be hearing from Daniëlle Goudriaan, the European Prosecutor for the Netherlands.
With more than 20 years of experience, Ms Goudriaan served as national coordinating prosecutor on corruption in the Netherlands, and was responsible for establishing a specialised corruption team within the Dutch Prosecutor’s Office.
Professor of FinCrime at the Middlebury Institute, Moyara Ruehson will be joining us from the United States. Featured in Vanity Fair’s True Crime Series, Ms Ruehsen is a renowned expert on money laundering and illicit financing worldwide.
GRC World Forums Head of Financial Crime of the Year winner, Sujata Dasgupta will provide her award-winning insight into financial crime.
The Global Head of Financial Crime Compliance Advisory at Tata Consultancy Services has more than 20 years of experience, working extensively in the areas of KYC, Sanctions, AML and Fraud, and was recently named as one of the ‘10 Young and Inspiring Businesswomen to Watch in 2021’.
Some sponsorship places are still available and if you company is interested in being involved in the summit, please email James Treacy, firstname.lastname@example.org or Gillian Fitzpatrick, email@example.com today.
With more speakers to be announced, don’t miss this show stopping line-up of global leaders passionate about fighting FinCrime.
Register your place HERE: