The AML Intelligence Summer Boardroom Series congress will take place in the Sofitel EU, Brussels on the evening of June 14 next, partnering with Germany’s biggest newspaper and global investigations powerhouse, Süddeutsche Zeitung which is the media organisation that has brought the world the Panama Papers, Paradise Papers, Pandora Papers & Credit Suisse Secrets.

The conference will be attended by Europe’s leading CEOs, Chief Administrative Officers, Chief Compliance Officers and Chief Risk Officers from the major banks and financial institutions, who will hear from decision-makers and thought-leaders in the FinCrime and Compliance space.

Tickets for this exclusive in-person event are extremely limited, so avoid disappointment and secure your spot today.

Meet Our Speakers

Carolin Gardner

Head of Unit (AML/CFT)
European Banking Authority

Carolin Gardner

Carolin Gardner is the Head of the European Banking Authority’s AML/CFT Unit.

She oversees the development of common European AML/CFT standards for credit and financial institutions and their supervisors, and work to foster cooperation and information exchange among key stakeholders. She is also responsible for a programme of reviews of competent authorities’ approaches to AML/CFT supervision. 

Prior to joining the European Banking Authority, Carolin was a technical specialist for financial crime policy at the UK Financial Conduct Authority, and a policy officer at Transparency International, an international anti-corruption charity.

Jörg Schmitt

Investigations Editor
Süddeutsche Zeitung

Jackie King

Executive Director, International Business

Jackie King

Jackie King is an entrepreneurial, forward-thinking international business leader with over 20 years of performance in turnaround and high-paced organizations. Jackie is known for being a visionary strategist with the ability to deliver extraordinary results in growth, revenue, operational performance, reputation and profitability while overcoming complex business challenges and making high-stakes decisions. She is respected as a proponent of empowerment and accountability, and especially skilled in stakeholder relations and developing and directing high-performing , multi-region teams, particularly during times of change in an era where disruption is a constant.

Based in Brussels, Jackie is currently Executive Director of International Business at Ibec – Ireland’s largest and most influential business advocacy and representative organisation. She is responsible for setting the vision and strategy for the Division and for leading the team in its execution. Under the Ibec Global brand, the team's work focuses on identifying and harnessing the international business trends and opportunities that fuel growth for businesses; advocating for enlightened policies and models in the context of major societal, policy, geopolitical, and business environments; and influencing the conditions and providing the support for businesses to thrive globally.

Prior to joining Ibec, Jackie spent three years as the Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce – Canada’s largest and most influential business association. Jackie was responsible for leading the executive and management teams in the development and execution of the organization’s strategic plan, overseeing operational and financial performance, strengthening relationships with key external stakeholders, and leading the development and rollout of strategic initiatives for diversity and inclusion, international business, and high-value services for scale-ready SMEs.

Prior to joining the Canadian Chamber, Jackie spent 19 years with the country’s top-ranked public relations and public affairs consultancy – Hill + Knowlton Strategies (H+K). She joined the firm in 1999 and advanced through the ranks from an entry-level intern to executive leadership. In her final role with the firm, Jackie was Senior Vice President and General Manager of H+K’s Ottawa office, responsible for developing and executing the corporate plan and accountable for strategic direction, as well as the performance of the office and its people. Simultaneously Jackie led and managed multiple, complex national and international client files, and has counseled officials, boards and senior executives in almost every sector and industry in the Canadian economy

David Lewis

Former Executive Secretary, FATF
Managing Director, Global Head of AML Advisory, Forensic Investigations & Intelligence

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