According to the World Trade Organisation, world exports of goods and services increased from US$10.9 trillion in 2006 to US$15.8 trillion in 2016. It is now estimated that hundreds of billions of dollars are laundered through trade each year. Financial institutions, especially banks, play a vital role in international trade by providing trade finance, payments and related services. This inadvertently exposes financial institutions to trade based money laundering, which is one of the more sophisticated methods used by criminals and money launderers.
Join us in this masterclass to discuss how firms can better understand and manage the associated risks, and the controls that can be put in place.
IBF members enjoy 2 complimentary seats. 3rd attendee onwards are chargeable at $80 per head
Non-IBF members are charged $160 per head
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