ONE of the world’s top investigative journalists is joining a stellar line up of speakers at the AML Intelligence summer get-together in Brussels next month.
Jörg Schmitt, investigations editor with Suddeutsche Zeitung will speak about the series of scoops which has made the German media organisation the world’s top investigations leader.
Munich based Suddeutsche Zeitung is Germany’s biggest newspaper and also the title that has broke the Panama Papers, Paradise Papers and Pandora Papers stories. More recently it was the powerhouse that brought the world the “Credit Suisse Secrets” investigation.
The conference is a must attend for all financial services, banking and fintech professionals as well as European regulators.
The event ‘AMLA – How Europe is Shaping the Fight Against Financial Crime’ will take place in the Sofitel EU, Brussels from 5-7pm.
The conference will officially be opened by Alexandra Jour-Schroeder, Deputy Director General, DG FISMA at the European Commission, who will provide key insight into EU’s AML Package and AML Authority.
Also joining us will be Jörg Schmitt, Investigations Editor at Süddeutsche Zeitung giving attendees an opportunity to learn more about some of the world’s most shocking AML and FinCrime revelations.
Delegates will also hear from David Lewis, former Executive Secretary of FATF will speak on the global financial watchdog, what more needs to be done to tackle financial crime. David is now a senior AFC leader with Kroll.
Jackie King, Executive Director for International Business at Ibec Global will speak on the latest training developments in Europe for those in financial service.
The event will be moderated by AML Intelligence publisher Stephen Rae
The conference is being attended by Europe’s leading CEOs, Chief Administrative Officers, Chief Compliance Officers and Chief Risk Officers from major banks and financial institutions.
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