IIR & IBC Finance is part of the Knowledge and Networking Division of Informa PLC

This site is operated by a business or businesses owned by Informa PLC and all copyright resides with them. Informa PLC's registered office is 5 Howick Place, London SW1P 1WG. Registered in England and Wales. Number 3099067.

Informa

21 September 2017
London

Trade-Based Money Laundering & Trade Finance Compliance

Hear from OFAC, OFSI & the ECO as well as an unrivalled line-up of Trade Finance and Compliance Professionals

Sanctions, TBML Red Flags & Dual Use Goods - All in one day

HIGHLIGHTS

Key Sessions
  • Establishing a Risk Appetite & Red Flags for TBML 
    • Sumitomo Mitsuit Bank Corporation 
    • FCMB UK
  • Balancing Business & Risk – Trade Finance & De-Risking
    • Crown Agents Bank
    • Lambert Commodities
    • British Arab Commercial Bank
    • ICC UK
  • Vessel Checking and Financial Crime Compliance
    • Standard Chartered Bank
Views from the Regulators

With the shifting sanctions landscape and dual-use goods being key issues for all firms we are pleased to present representatives from the ECO, OFAC and OFSI speaking on issues such as: 


  • Dual-use goods
  • Sanctions enforcements view through a trade finance lens
  • Recent changes to Iran, Cuba and Russia sanctions
  • Due diligence from a trade and financial sanctions perspective
Key Benefits

The financing of trade is at the heart of the global economy, but brings a unique set of compliance challenges. 

This concise conference is aimed at financial crime and compliance professionals as well as trade and commodity finance specialists. It will bring you industry insight into the typologies of trade-based money laundering, helping you to spot the red flags and stay ahead of the criminals. With specialist insight into vessel and port checking, beneficial ownership, dual-use goods, and sanctions, we will give you practical answers to real-life questions. 

The conference will also tackle the issue of balancing business and risk and the effects for correspondent banking relationships to highlight the precarious balancing act between compliance and trade finance. 

Gold Sponsor