In Malta there is a critical need for businesses to adapt their regulatory compliance and financial crime strategies to be resilient, grow, and protect their customers.
Recent regulatory developments following Malta’s removal from the grey list, as well as the emergence of new technologies, the use of cryptocurrencies in financial transactions and the current socio-economic crisis mean that not only are companies having to respond and adapt to a fast-evolving environment but also anticipate change.
Regulatory and financial crime compliance professionals need more than ever to stay up to date with the regulatory changes and best practice in the field to ensure their teams remain resilient and innovative.
Hosted by the International Compliance Association (ICA) in strategic partnership with SigmaRisk, this event was designed for experienced compliance and financial crime practitioners who seek the very latest regulatory information and insights to continually improve their approach to risk and compliance.
- A specially designed programme to equip the compliance and financial crime practitioner with the knowledge, tools and best practices to manage their risks
- An event for every compliance and financial crime practitioner and regulator on the island to come together as a community to discuss solutions to the challenges being faced today
- The opportunity to network with your peers – meet old friends and make new acquaintances.
- Source new RegTech solutions and wider partners who can help you with the latest challenges of sanctions, client risk assessments, crypto, payments and more
What was discussed?
- What the regulators in Malta expectations are for compliance professionals
- How organisations across sectors are staying resilient in the face of the current challenges and impacting global risks
- Insight into emerging opportunities and challenges – such as cryptocurrencies, sanctions, SAR, data and technology advances – on financial and regulatory compliance practices
- Best-practice for internal compliance and financial crime teams to stay innovative and commercially focused whilst adhering to the regulations