Event


23 to 24 May 2024 Trier, Germany

Anti-Money Laundering for the Judiciary, Law Enforcement and Criminal Defence

Published 3 months, 2 weeks ago

Objective

This hybrid seminar will address the current European anti-money laundering landscape and focus on the changes implemented since the adoption of the fourth, fifth and sixth Anti-Money Laundering Directives and the new Directive on enhancing FIU cooperation and access to financial information.
It will highlight the developments since thelatest EU legislative AML/CFT proposals on a single rulebook, EU-level supervisor and EU coordination and support mechanism for FIUs. It will also look at national challenges and actions that have been taken to address money-laundering and terrorist financing, with a particular focus on the role of competent authorities, law enforcement and the judiciary.

Key topics

  • The EU’s new legislative proposals on a single rulebook, EU-level supervisor and EU coordination and support mechanism for FIUs, as well as developments since their publication
  • Measures aimed at protecting the financial system against money-laundering and terrorist financing, also in relation to cryptocurrencies
  • Best practice in detecting and deterring illicit transactions and lessons learnt from recent money-laundering cases
  • The framework to enhance cooperation between FIUs and enhance cross-border cooperation amongst the judiciary and law enforcement
  • AI and anti-money laundering measures
  • Asset recovery and confiscation

Who should attend?

Judges, prosecutors, law enforcement officers, lawyers, government officials and FIUs

Online participation option

The event will be streamed live online. Participants have the option to follow the conference on Zoom, enabling one to ask questions and take part in the discussion with participants in Trier.

Details on the program, fee and registration can be found on the seminar website.