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Conversations: Tim Holt and Richard Wood, Agencia

Course Duration: 49 minutes
Course Points: 45

In this video from the Fridays with Fintelekt series, Shirish Pathak, Managing Director, Fintelekt Advisory Services is in conversation with Richard Wood, Director – Justice, Policing and Security and Tim Holt, Director of Serious Crime from Agencia. The conversation covers financial crime and investigation space. The speakers talk about priority areas for banks and other financial institutions to make their AML/CFT frameworks more effective, ways to improve quality of STR reporting, gaps in the investigations system and policing from an AML point of view.

They talk about expectations of law enforcement or intelligence agencies from banks and financial institutions, and also share recommendations to regulators and banking sector to understand better and identify and mitigate risks associated with Covid-19, benefits of public-private partnership and information sharing, low asset recovery and confiscation because of inadequate legislation and lacunae in training and awareness of AML and CFT.

Conversations: Dawne Spicer, Caribbean Financial Action Task Force

Course Duration: 27 minutes
Course Points: 25

In this video from the Fridays with Fintelekt series, Shirish Pathak, Managing Director, Fintelekt Advisory Services is in conversation with Dawne Spicer, Executive Director, Caribbean Financial Action Task Force. Dawne talks about AML/CFT compliance challenges faced by CFATF members and advantages of being part of smaller jurisdictions, measures taken by Caribbean countries to improve their AML/CFT regulation and supervision, cryptocurrency regulations and evolving ecosystem, risks emerging as a result of Covid-19 pandemic in the Caribbean region, the Liechtenstein Initiative and banking perception of human trafficking and modern slavery as an AML/CFT risk and areas of co-operation that might result in consistency in AML framework across the globe.

Conversations: Christian Kaunert, International Centre for Policing and Security

Course Duration: 18 minutes
Course Points: 15

In this video from the Fridays with Fintelekt series, Shirish Pathak, Managing Director, Fintelekt Advisory Services is in conversation with Dr. Christian Kaunert, Professor of Policing and Security & Director of International Centre for Policing and Security & Jean Monnet Director at University of South Wales. Christian talks about curbing terrorism, international co-operation around countering terrorism and commonalities in the counter terrorism approaches across various geographies, success of economic sanctions to combat terrorist, role of international organizations, like the FATF, in influencing country’s policies and procedures or setting standards and their implementation by organizations, emerging typologies of terrorism financing as a result of Covid-19 pandemic and role of banks and other financial institutions in fighting terrorism.

Conversations: M C Ponnanna, Al Jazeera Exchange

Course Duration: 30 minutes
Course Points: 25

In this video from the Fridays with Fintelekt series, Shirish Pathak, Managing Director, Fintelekt Advisory Services is in conversation with M C Ponnanna, Head of AML/CFT and Money Laundering Reporting Officer (MLRO), Al Jazeera Exchange. The conversation centered around key changes brought in by the new AML Law implemented by Qatar Central Bank, current stand of cryptocurrencies in Qatar, risks associated with currency exchange houses, impact of Covid-19 on operations, latest trends in technology implementation in the area of AML/CFT Compliance, and factors that should be considered while implementing a new technology.

Conversations: Philip Hunkin, Director – Financial Intelligence Unit, Isle of Man

Course Duration: 23 minutes
Course Points: 20

In this video from the Fridays with Fintelekt series, Shirish Pathak, Managing Director, Fintelekt Advisory Services is in conversation with Philip Hunkin, Director – Financial Intelligence Unit, Isle of Man on various experiences around financial crime risk assessment, imposing penalties, steps to strengthen beneficial ownership controls, public private partnerships and expectations from reporting entities in the Isle of Man.

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