AML trends in the developing world, and the impact of 30 years of FATF integrity standards

June 21, 2019
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8:00 am EDT (New York)
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Presenter: Prof. Louis de Koker, La Trobe Law School, Australia


Webinar Overview:
This week the Financial Action Task Force celebrated its thirtieth birthday at its plenary meeting in Orlando, Fl. This webinar will provide a brief review of 30 years of integrity standards with a focus on AML/CFT in relation to DFS and especially on collaborative CDD and related KYC innovation.

Louis de Koker Bio:
Louis de Koker is a Professor of Law at the La Trobe Law School in Australia. His research in the past few years has focused on managing the relationship between financial inclusion and anti-money laundering and counter terrorist financing objectives, especially in relation to customer data. He has undertaken various research engagements with the bodies such as the World Bank, AFI and GiZ and has worked closely with the Consultative Group to Assist the Poor (CGAP). This work extended to a range of developing countries including Ghana, Indonesia, Kenya, Malaysia, Namibia, Nigeria, the Ukraine and Palau. In addition to his position at the La Trobe Law School, he is the Program Lead: Law and Policy of the Data to Decisions Cooperative Research Centre.


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