1 Standards for AML/CTF Compliance Management in Canada: Assessing Your Regime s Score Card 11th Annual Money Laundering in Canada 2013
2 September 29 October 1, 2013 Su on Place Hotel Vancouver, Bri sh Columbia, Canada Since its incep on, Canada s An Money Laundering/ Counter Terrorist Financing Compliance Regime requirements for all repor ng sectors can be described as a con nual work in progress dynamic in nature and evolving with legisla ve changes, regulatory guideline requirements, and demonstrated best prac ces. Who Should A end? The focus of Money Laundering in Canada 2013 is firmly fixed on the five pillars of an AML/CTF Compliance Regime and includes content in the areas of: common standards; best prac ces; regulatory expecta ons; controlling for compliance deficiencies; and other related topics addressed by various Canadian repor ng sectors. Conference delegates will be able to measure and compare their own compliance program against the informa on outlined by the workshop presenters. Con nuing our tradi onal structure of four plenary sessions and five groupings of three workshops, this year s agenda will examine each of the five legislated Compliance Regime pillars: the Compliance Officer; Policy and Procedure Requirements; Training programs; Risk Management Programs; and the Compliance Review. One of the most beau ful bou que hotels, situated in the heart of downtown Vancouver. Enjoy the cosmopolitan ambience of the city set against a majes c backdrop of mountains and ocean. Banks Credit Unions Caisses Populaires Securi es & Investment Dealers Mutual Fund Companies Precious Metal/Gem Dealers Credit Card Suppliers Life Insurers Foreign Exchange Dealers Money Service Businesses Law Enforcement Regulatory Officials Real Estate Developers ATM & SVC Providers Lawyers Accountants Real Estate Professionals Financial Planners Casinos & Gaming Trusts & Loans
3 Agenda at a Glance 6:00 8:15 PM Registra on 7:00 8:30 PM Recep on Sunday, September 29 Monday, September 30 7:45 9:00 AM Registra on, Breakfast & Networking 9:00 9:15 AM Welcome & Opening Remarks 9:15 10:15 AM Plenary Session A PA 10:15 10:45 AM Coffee & Networking Break 10:45 11:45 AM Appoin ng a Compliance Officer: Matching the Role with Qualifica ons & Experience Designing a Risk Assessment Program: The Details Drilling Down for Customer EDD 12:00 1:15 PM Luncheon 1:15 2:15 PM Con nuing Challenges in AML/CTF Training: From Style to Content Using Corporate Data Analy cs to Assist with Risk Management Managing a Compliance Review Internally 2:30 3:30 PM AML/CTF Policy Manual Development: Ge ng It Right Managing Customer Risk: Policies, Prac ces & Outcomes Building Rela onships Across the Organiza on by Compliance 3:30 4:00 PM Coffee & Networking Break 4:00 5:00 PM Plenary Session B PB 5:00 5:45 PM Special Interest Sessions 5:30 7:00 PM Recep on WS1 WS2 WS3 WS4 WS5 WS6 WS7 WS8 WS9 Tuesday, October 1 7:45 9:00 AM Registra on, Breakfast & Networking 8:00 8:45 AM Special Interest Sessions 9:00 9:15 AM Announcements 9:15 10:15 AM Plenary Session C PC 10:15 10:45 AM Coffee & Networking Break 10:45 11:45 AM Online Criminal A acks against Banking Accounts: A Risk Management Issue Challenges to Customer Iden fica on Drilling Down for Customer EDD * repeat of Workshop 3 12:00 1:15 PM Luncheon 1:15 2:15 PM AML/CTF Policy Manual Development: Ge ng It Right * repeat of Workshop 7 The Move to Role Specific Training Designing a Risk Assessment Program: The Details * repeat of Workshop 2 2:30 3:30 PM Plenary Session D PD 3:30 3:45 PM Conference Wrap Up WS10 WS11 WS12 WS13 WS14 WS15
4 September 30, 2013 PLENARY A Opening Address 9:15 10:15 AM Gérald Cosse e FINTRAC O awa, ON Gérald Cosse e, Director of FINTRAC, will provide the opening address of Money Laundering in Canada WORKSHOP 1 10:45 11:45 AM Appoin ng a Compliance Officer: Matching Role with Qualifica ons & Experience Chris ne Ring Office of the Superintendent of Financial Ins tu ons The role of AML Compliance Officer has evolved con nuously since the original legisla on came into force in At that me, some repor ng enes assigned this role to those employees who had extra me available to work on the requirements; others assigned the responsibili es to exis ng compliance teams who were already responsible for other legisla ve compliance regula ons; and many small businesses simply had the owner take on the role because someone had to be Compliance Officer. Over the past 13 years, the posi on has grown in its complexity and the degree of regulated oversight. Experience has demonstrated that regulatory authori es have developed perceived role standards and expecta ons when it comes to the job responsibili es, qualifica ons, and experience of AML compliance officers. OSFI has been one such authority and is including such role/qualifica on reviews as part of its AML assessments. This workshop will examine some of the observa ons and recommenda ons made by OSFI that are defining the roles, responsibili es, and qualifica ons that suit the posi on. WORKSHOP 2 10:45 11:45 AM Designing a Risk Assessment Program: The Details Claus Kretschmann MCAP The Risk Assessment element of the AML Compliance Regime involves an assessment and documenta on of risks related to money laundering and terrorist financing in a manner that is appropriate to the repor ng en ty. It is a process that enables the compliance officer to iden fy poten al high risks of money laundering and terrorist financing and develop strategies to mi gate them. The design of the program can be broken down into steps with various outcomes, culmina ng in a final product that is representa ve of the products, services, methods of delivery, and geographic loca on(s) of your business and the customers being served.
5 September 30, 2013 WORKSHOP 3 10:45 11:45 AM Drilling Down for Customer EDD Kevin Lo Froese Forensic Partners Building on his successful workshop in 2012, Kevin Lo returns to provide delegates with a cri cal analysis of how online resources can assist compliance officers to improve their KYC and EDD discovery prac ces. Referencing his experience in this domain and discussing case examples, Kevin will provide a pragma c framework within which the use of open source databases, common search engines such as Google and similar search aggregators, and looking at IP addresses can help compliance officers maximize their due diligence requirements with respect to customer business rela onships. WORKSHOP 4 1:15 2:15 PM Con nuing Challenges in AML/CTF Training: From Style to Content Christopher Walker About Business Crime Solu ons, Inc. Merrickville, ON AML/CTF training programs come in all shapes and sizes, resul ng in a variety of outcomes in comprehension, detail, and reten on. Individual differences in learning style can contribute to those same outcomes, as can the differing methods used to present concepts. At the same me, training takes place within the exis ng business culture and the related commitment towards training from senior execu ves and their respec ve Boards. This workshop will examine some of the problema c training issues that occur given the impacts such factors can have. Examples will be drawn from observa ons made within various repor ng sectors. Managing problems will be discussed and workshop a endees will be encouraged to share their own issues and highlight solu ons that worked effec vely for their circumstances. WORKSHOP 5 1:15 2:15 PM Using Corporate Data Analy cs to Assist with Risk Management Karim Rajwani Royal Bank of Canada Risk managing your customers should be viewed as a dynamic process, par cularly when repor ng enes have a range of products, services, and delivery methods available to those customers. Company databases can be a source of informa on, if analyzed effec vely, that assists with monitoring customer risk. Karim Rajwani s compliance team at RBC has been maximizing the analysis of customer specifics in transac on, product usage, and CDD databases to enhance on going bank risk management requirements. He will use this workshop to describe their processes and the various outcomes that have resulted.
6 September 30, 2013 WORKSHOP 6 1:15 2:15 PM Managing a Compliance Review Internally Diane Cross MonCana Bank of Canada Calgary, AB Rob McDonald MonCana Bank of Canada Calgary, AB Compliance Reviews are required, at minimum, every two years and cover your policies and procedures, your assessment of risks related to money laundering and terrorist financing, and the corporate training program to test their effec veness. The review is to be conducted by an internal or external auditor, if you have one, or a company employee and/or external consultant can be used. Compliance Reviews must cover the elements iden fied by FINTRAC s Guideline Four and, in certain sectors, also triggers requirements administered by your regulator. This workshop examines the scope and procedures required when undertaking an internal review, paying a en on to the details of the process; possible limita ons and road bumps encountered in that process; and good prac ces that strengthen the final outcomes. WORKSHOP 7 2:30 3:30 PM AML/CTF Policy Manual Development: Ge ng It Right Phillip Goodwin WINCOM General Services Ltd. O awa, ON Regulators have been cri cal at mes concerning the way repor ng enes have developed the Policy element of their corporate compliance regime. Some of the most common cri cisms have included such limita ons as: too general; non relevant detail included; not representa ve of the businesses products and services; incomplete when regarding compliance requirements; and not applied across the various departments of the company. Such comments as these have pushed compliance officers to seek assistance from others in similar businesses or hiring consultants who will hopefully get them back on track. This session is directed at providing sugges ons to assist delegates strengthen and/or rework their Policy Manual so that it is both representa ve of their business services as well as the legisla ve requirements associated with those services. WORKSHOP 8 2:30 3:30 PM Managing Customer Risk: Policies, Prac ces & Outcomes Richard Lee Pendragon Consul ng Services Risk management requires a broad based approach in order to be effec ve across a repor ng en ty. FINTRAC has clearly established the parameters for risk programs, including the linking of risk management to policy requirements and ongoing prac ces that evolve as the company grows its business products, services, and loca ons. The compliance officer is tasked with ensuring customer risks are iden fied and remediated as part of the risk management process. This workshop will highlight the speaker s experience with managing customer risks from the point of their first acceptance as a client through their ongoing business rela onship. Examples will be shared with the audience and the strengths and weaknesses of various prac ces discussed.
7 September 30, 2013 WORKSHOP 9 2:30 3:30 PM Building Rela onships Across the Organiza on by Compliance Mathew Wesolowski Bridgewater Bank Calgary, AB The role of Chief AML Compliance Officer requires the building of working and repor ng rela onships across a myriad of groups and individuals within a repor ng en ty. Different regulatory bodies have developed ra onale and standards for establishing and maintaining those rela onships. The implementa on of these is not always an easy task and some CAMLOs have described their efforts to establish and manage these rela onships as a truly slippery slope. This session is intended to provide compliance officers with insight into how to create these rela onships and what strategies work best to maintain them. Opportuni es to discuss both the strengths and limita ons of managing compliance across the organiza on will be encouraged. PLENARY B 4:00 5:00 PM Organized Crime s Efforts to Clean its Dirty Money: Observa ons from a Forensic Accountant Ken Froese Froese Forensic Partners In April 2010, Ken Froese appeared before the Federal Government s Standing Commi ee on Jus ce and Human Rights as part of its on going study of organized crime. During Ken s presenta on, he discussed how his findings from forensic inves ga ons of organized crime members provided an interes ng picture on how the proceeds of crime entered the legi mate economy and the efforts undertaken to hide the origin of the money. These findings have subsequently found their way into discussions about possible changes and enhancements under Canada s AM L/CTF legisla on. Ken will revisit those findings for conference delegates to provide an informa ve look into the real world of money laundering and trying to get away with it.
8 October 1, 2013 PLENARY C 9:15 10:15 AM The New Risk Based Approach Guidance & More: A FINTRAC Update Murray Dugger FINTRAC Vancouver, BC FINTRAC will be providing an update on the development of its new Risk Based Approach Guidance for repor ng enes. The objec ve of the new guidance is to further assist repor ng en es with their obliga ons in iden fying risks related to money laundering and terrorist financing. In addi on, Mr. Dugger will provide an update on the upcoming Guidelines that will reflect the Regula ons Amending the Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Regula ons on customer due diligence requirements that come into force in February This session is a perfect opportunity for delegates to get an ini al look at the new RBA Guidance currently under development as well as the customer due diligence Guidance soon to be finalized. WORKSHOP 10 10:45 11:45 AM Online Criminal A acks against Banking Accounts: A Risk Management Issue Dr. Charles Robertson Verafin St. John s, NFLD Financial ins tu ons and their customers are under a ack from criminal hackers who are compromising customers' computers to obtain banking creden als. Stolen funds are sent to money mules who then facilitate the movement to the original perpetrators. In this workshop, the presenter will review how compromises are taking place and how the criminals steal money via electronic transfers. He will assess the risks of money laundering, the poten al impact on AML compliance, and how detec on analy cs can help mi gate those risks by stopping the crimes before the money is gone. WORKSHOP 11 10:45 11:45 AM Challenges to Customer Iden fica on Bernie Beck AscendantFX Capital Victoria, BC Mike Ryan Toddington Interna onal Vancouver, BC Customer iden fica on is a cri cal element of any AML/CTF Compliance Regime. Canada s legisla on establishes ID requirements in a variety of account opening, KYC, record keeping, and ongoing customer rela onship situa ons. Compliance officers are familiar with the challenges: determining who is a third party in a transac on or an account; when does the beneficial ownership requirement kick in and who is a beneficial owner; how do you iden fy the unincorporated business; or the always problema c ID issues associated with not for profit groups. This workshop will look at how compliance officers can best deal with these challenges and what approaches seem to have greater success.
9 October 1, 2013 WORKSHOP 12 10:45 11:45 AM Repeat of Workshop 3 WORKSHOP 13 1:15 2:15 PM Repeat of Workshop 7 WORKSHOP 14 1:15 2:15 PM Drilling Down for Customer EDD Kevin Lo Froese Forensic Partners Building on his successful workshop in 2012, Kevin Lo returns to provide delegates with a cri cal analysis of how online resources can assist compliance officers to improve their KYC and EDD discovery prac ces. Referencing his experience in this domain and discussing case examples, Kevin will provide a pragma c framework within which the use of open source databases, common search engines such as Google and similar search aggregators, and looking at IP addresses can help compliance officers maximize their due diligence requirements with respect to customer business rela onships. AML/CTF Policy Manual Development: Ge ng It Right Regulators have been cri cal at mes concerning the way repor ng enes have developed the Policy element of their corporate compliance regime. Some of the most common cri cisms have included such limita ons as: too general; non relevant detail included; not representa ve of the businesses products and services; incomplete when regarding compliance requirements; and not applied across the various departments of the company. Such comments as these have pushed compliance officers to seek assistance from others in similar businesses or hiring consultants who will hopefully get them back on track. This session is directed at providing sugges ons to assist delegates strengthen and/or rework their Policy Manual so that it is both representa ve of their business services as well as the legisla ve requirements associated with those services. The Move to Role Specific Training Phillip Goodwin WINCOM General Services Ltd. O awa, ON Jean Francois Lefebvre AML Consultant Montreal, PQ Training for repor ng enes has tradi onally been generic in nature across many sectors, o en resul ng in some degree of dissa sfac on by employees and managers about the amount of non job specific content they must absorb. This has created a problem for those managing AML training programs; now needing to look at other op ons to maximize buy in from those being trained. Role specific training programs have been around since the early stages of the AML compliance regime but, for the most part, have only become the training of choice in the last 12 to 18 months. This workshop will examine the benefits of role specific training and iden fy various op ons for designing such programs to ensure they meet FINTRAC s Guidelines and related regulatory standards.
10 October 1, 2013 WORKSHOP 15 1:15 2:15 PM Repeat of Workshop 2 Designing a Risk Assessment Program: The Details Claus Kretschmann MCAP The Risk Assessment element of the AML Compliance Regime involves an assessment and documenta on of risks related to money laundering and terrorist financing in a manner that is appropriate to the repor ng en ty. It is a process that enables the compliance officer to iden fy poten al high risks of money laundering and terrorist financing and develop strategies to mi gate them. The design of the program can be broken down into steps with various outcomes, culmina ng in a final product that is representa ve of the products, services, methods of delivery, and geographic loca on(s) of your business and the customers being served. PLENARY D 2:30 3:30 PM Money Laundering in 2013: A Domes c & Interna onal Overview Dr. Peter German Royal Canadian Mounted Police (ret d) Vancouver, BC Dr. Peter German is the former Deputy Commissioner of the RCMP responsible for Western and Northern Canada. During his career with the Force, he also served as the Director General of Financial Crime and found the me to author the book Proceeds of Crime and Money Laundering published in 1998 by Thompson Reuters. Peter will provide conference delegates with an overview of the current money laundering and terrorist financing threats from a diversity of players, including: global criminal syndicates and commodi es; criminal gangs and other PERPs; as well as the ongoing interna onal risks from the Arab Spring, despots, and dictators. He will explore these risks given Canada s pivotal loca on for being used both as a conduit for moving illegal funds and a source of illegal ac vity requiring the laundering of proceeds of crime. Conference Sponsors:
11 General Informa on Hotel The Su on Place Hotel, in beau ful downtown Vancouver will be the host venue for the 2013 instalment of our Money Laundering in Canada Conference. A endees are encouraged to make use of the special rate at the Su on Place Hotel. While slightly lower rates may be found elsewhere in the city, the conference hotel, as part of their agreement with the Money Laundering in Canada conference organizers, provides mee ng space and addi onal services that help keep the registra on fees reasonable. All room reserva ons can be made in the following ways: 1. On line at onplace.com : SPECIAL RATES, Select GROUP CODE from the Drop Down menu and enter: VC130930MON 2. Via Telephone: (toll free in Canada and Con nental USA) 3. Via Facsimile: Via onplace.com Note: changes or cancella ons for individual reserva ons must reach the Reserva ons Department 48 hours prior to the arrival date to avoid penalty of one night s room and tax. For 2013, we have arranged with the hotel a special room rate for our delegates. Specifically, the Su on Place Hotel is offering rates star ng at $177/night for all delegates. These rates apply from Thursday, September 26th through to Saturday, October 5th. This allows you to enjoy Vancouver for a few days outside of the conference at our special conference rates. Reserve early as our hotel room allotment typically sells out and we fully expect that to be the case this year. Registra on The Money Laundering in Canada conferences are designed to provide maximum value, with addi onal savings for early bird registra ons, mul ple registra ons from the same organiza on, and members of the Canadian An Money Laundering Ins tute (CAMLI). Early Bird Special Rate with registra on and payment received by June 30, 2013: $ GST Registering 3 or more delegates from the same organiza on at the same me and received by the early bird date: $ GST per registrant CAMLI member discount (if applicable): save $50 on Early Bird or Full Registra on rates Full Registra on: $ GST Fee for registering 3 or more delegates from the same organiza on at the same me AFTER June 30, 2010: $ GST per registrant Your Conference Fee Includes: All keynote and plenary sessions and workshops; all morning and a ernoon coffee breaks throughout the conference; breakfast and lunch on both days; and the networking recep ons scheduled for Sunday and Monday evenings. Speakers are subject to change without no ce; updated speaker assignments can be found at and in our LinkedIn group Con nuing Educa on Credits Par cipants who are eligible to earn credits for a ending this conference should check with their credit gran ng organiza on to confirm what credits are available. Le ers a es ng to a delegate s a endance can be provided upon request a er the conference. Cancella ons Refunds, less an administra ve fee of $300.00, will be made for cancella ons received in wri ng by June 30, No refunds will be given a er that date but delegate subs tu ons are permi ed up to and including October 1st, Conference Dress Casual business a re is recommended for the conference sessions. Conference Materials and Language All sessions will be conducted in English only. Par cipants are invited to collect their conference materials at the Registra on Desk on the second floor of the Su on Place Hotel at any of the following mes: Sunday, September 29th, :00 pm 8:15 pm Monday, September 30th, :30 am 5:00 pm Tuesday, October 1st, :30 am 1:00 pm Contacts For addi onal informa on on the conference program, please contact the Conference Chair, Chris Walker, About Business Crime Solu ons, Inc.; Telephone: ; Fax: or; e mail:
12 REGISTRATION FORM Delegates are en tled to Early Bird pricing for the conference registra on fee if their registra on and payment is received by June 30, A further savings of $50 applies to current Canadian An Money Laundering Ins tute members. If three or more registrants are from the same organiza on, registering at the same me, each will receive a $50 discount off the early or regular registra on price. Each mul ple registrant must submit a separate Registra on Form and indicate on the Company/Org. line that they are part of a team of three or more. Delegate Name Title Company/Org. Address First Name for Badge: City Province/State: Postal/ZIP Code: Telephone Prices are per delegate and include 5% GST E Mail: Sunday Recep on 7:00 8:30 pm A ending: YES NO Monday Recep on 5:30 7:00 pm A ending: YES NO Payment Op ons Cheque payable to About Business Crime Solu ons Inc. Please charge my/our American Express, Mastercard, Visa, or Discover account Total Payment Amount ** Card Number Exp. Date / Name on Card Signature Early Bird paid in full by June 30th, 2013 Full Registra on Regular Delegate $ $ CAMLI Member $ $ Mul registra on *3 or more at the same me Mul registrant price for CAMLI Member $ $ $ $ Please Include Guest Recep on Ticket cost **For mul ple registrants, please submit a separate registra on form for each delegate from the same organiza on. The conference has two recep ons planned and delegates who would like to bring a guest to the recep on(s) can purchase an addi onal cket for $40/ guest. Please iden fy how many guest ckets you would like in the space below and add that amount to your payment. CAMLI Member # (if applicable): Food Allergies YES (please specify): Plenary/Workshop Selec ons To ensure your conference experience is tailored to your needs and interests, please review the conference agenda and make your desired choice from each grouping. Monday, September 30 Workshop 10:45 11:45 pm WS1 WS2 WS3 Workshop 1:15 2:15 pm WS4 WS5 WS6 Workshop 2:30 3:30 pm WS7 WS8 WS9 Tuesday, October 1 Workshop 10:45 11:45 am WS10 WS11 WS12 Workshop 1:15 2:15 pm WS13 WS14 WS15 4 Plenary Sessions All Delegates A end Register by FAX, telephone, or mail Please copy this form to register mul ple par cipants from the same organiza on separately I am reques ng the following number of guest ckets to the conference recep ons: Evening Recep on, Sunday, Sept $40.00 per cket $ Evening Recep on, Monday, Sept $40.00 per cket $ Total Addi onal Charges (includes taxes) $ FAX: Phone: Mail: ABCsolu ons PO Box 427 Merrickville, ON K0G 1N0
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