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Enhancing Anti-Money Laundering (AML) programmes to address emerging risks and typologies

Facilitators: Julie Nyang'aya, Nasser Adam


Financial crime has become a stay-awake issue for corporate directors and C-suite executives at banks and other financial institutions around the world. While it’s difficult to quantify the costs of financial crime — which can include operational, legal and  reputational damage — there is no doubt it has become a significant issue for institutions and one that is more challenging by the day.
Deloitte’s Global AML/Sanctions Practice has assisted many of the world’s leading financial services organizations in developing and implementing all aspects of AML/Sanctions programs.

Course Content

Topics covered include:

  • Regional Anti-Money Laundering (AML) regulatory landscape
  • An overview of the pillars of an AML Program
  • Innovations and emerging trends & developments


By the end of this session, participants should be able to:

  • Understand the regulatory requirements and  the pillars of an AML Program to better manage the money laundering (ML) risks
  • Identify ML typologies and implement control mechanisms

Target Audience

Risk and Compliance Officers and anyone charged with governance and key decision making within:

  • Commercial banks, credit institutions, microfinance deposit taking institutions
  • Insurance companies
  • Mobile Money Service Providers