Join us on the AML Intelligence Boardroom Series with Keynote Speaker Dr Marcus Pleyer, FATF President, as we discuss the global action on money laundering, its challenges and opportunities.
At this Roundtable event Dr Marcus Pleyer will touch on his experience in policy development and international engagement pertaining International Financial Markets (including FSB, G7, G20 matters), Anti- Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing , Financial Sanctions Policy, Digital Finance including Payment Services and Cyber Security and national and international development banks.
We will discuss the ways in which we monitor how money is being laundered, the gap between the global standards and the reality on the ground and ways in which we can help governments mitigate new and emerging risks
You will also hear from a range of thought leaders and policymakers who join our list of speakers and panelists at this exciting morning conference to reveal their views on what requires to be done in the global action against money laundering.
|GMT 08:00 AM||INTRODUCTION AND WELCOME|
Stephen Rae (Moderator)
|08:05 AM||AML Compliance in Asia|
Avalon Ingram - Swift
|08:20 AM||Cryptocurrencies and AML|
Pawel Kuskowski - Coinfirm
|08: 35 AM||Digital ID: A safe, secure and sustainable solution to KYC|
Thomas Ball - N26
|08:50 AM||PANEL DISCUSSION WITH STEPHEN RAE|
Avalon Ingram, Pawel Kuskowski, Thomas Ball
|09:20 AM||The Dutch model of TMNL and the cooperation between private and public parties|
Angelique Keijsers - Rabobank
|09:35 AM||Fighting Financial Crime - Are We Effective?|
Adam McLaughlin - NICE Actimize
|09:50 AM||KEYNOTE ADDRESS BY FATF President Dr. Marcus Pleyer|
|10:10 AM||PANEL DISCUSSION WITH STEPHEN RAE|
Dr. Marcus Pleyer, Angelique Keijsers and Adam McLaughlin
|10:30 AM||Thomas Ball & Pawel Kuskowski will join this panel towards the end to contribute concluding remarks|
|10:45 AM||CLOSING REMARKS|
Meet Our Speakers
Dr. Marcus Pleyer
Deputy Director General,
German Federal Ministry of Finance &
Former FATF President
Dr. Marcus Pleyer×
Dr. Marcus Pleyer of Germany assumed the position of President of the FATF on 1 July 2020. He succeeded Xiangmin Liu of the People's Republic of China.
Dr. Marcus Pleyer serves as Deputy Director General in Germany’s Federal Ministry of Finance with responsibilities for policy development and international engagement pertaining International Financial Markets (including FSB, G7, G20 matters), Anti- Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing (AML/CFT), Financial Sanctions Policy, Digital Finance including Payment Services and Cyber Security and national and international development banks. As representative of the Federal Republic, he is currently a member of the board of governors of the Development Bank for Agribusiness and of the Foundation for Financing the Disposal of Nuclear Waste. He is regularly invited as an expert on AML/CFT and took part in a number of international AML/CFT-missions. Before he assumed the position of President on 1 July 2020, he served as Vice-President of the FATF (July 2019–June 2020), and as the Head of the German delegation (2016–July 2019). Dr. Pleyer has also been serving in the Steering Committee of that same organisation since 2016.
Prior to his current position, Dr. Pleyer headed the Division for International Financial Markets from 2014 to 2015. From 2011 to 2014, he served as Head of Cabinet of Federal Finance Minister Schaeuble. From 2006 to 2011, he worked in the Federal Chancellery as senior adviser for Economic Law, International Financial Markets, Eurozone and G8/G20-Affairs and was part of a special team of Chancellor Merkel for the stabilization of the financial sector in 2009. Prior to that, he held positions as adviser in the Federal Ministry of Finance and the Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin) after he had worked as a researcher in the field of public and capital markets law at the University of Dresden and as lecturer in criminal law at the University of Heidelberg.
With support of the German Academic Scholarship Foundation, Marcus studied law at the National University of Singapore and the University of Heidelberg from which he graduated in law in 1995 before he qualified for the position of a judge in 1997. He holds a Master of Laws degree from the University of Edinburgh, a Master of Business Administration from the University of Wales and a Ph.D. from the University of Dresden. He has also passed the admission exam as a stockbroker.
Global Head of AML Strategy and Marketing, NICE Actimize
Chief Compliance Officer
Angelique Keijsers started her career at PWC (Coopers & Lybrand) after which she moved to ABN AMRO in 2000. Here she worked for eight years in the Audit and Compliance domain.
Until her move to Rabobank in 2016, she worked as a Compliance partner at EY (Ernst & Young) and was head of the Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services (FIDS) department for the Netherlands and Belgium.
Financial Crime, Cybersecurity and Intelligence Initiatives
CEO & Co-founder
Group Money Laundering Officer and Head of AFC Governance & Advisory at N26
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