Join us on Wednesday, September 13th at 13:00 UK to learn all about the typology-based approach to detecting money laundering and fighting financial crime.
During this hour-long webinar, you will be introduced to the many typologies of AML including:
- Reporting entities
- Predicate crimes
- Professional obligations
- Breaches to the AML code
- AML strategies
- Operating modes
- Court judgements
- And more!
As a professional in compliance and financial crime prevention, it is primordial for you to always stay current on the different money laundering typologies, particularly those that are most likely to impact your products or services. By recognising these, you will be able to more closely perform your due diligence and KYC processes and monitor activities, as to prevent money laundering from affecting your organisation.
Hope to have you with us in September!
Our AML Expert
Geert Delrue, Founder, AML/CFT Training Center Financial Forensic Services, Belgium
Geert Delrue completed his master’s degree in criminology from the Catholic University of Leuven on August 29, 1982. With over 37 years of experience as a law enforcement officer in Belgium, he specializes in economic and financial crime investigations, including money laundering, terrorism financing, cybercrime, and tax fraud. He has authored multiple police manuals on financial investigations in Dutch, French, and English, covering topics such as criminal bankruptcy, tax fraud, forgery, and more.
In 2014, he published a book on fighting money laundering and terrorism financing, which has been released in its 3rd edition in Dutch and 2nd edition in French, totalling 650 pages. In 2018, he revised and updated his first book on financial investigations, originally published in 2002. His recent publications focus on criminal bankruptcy in Dutch and French, released in 2019-2020.
Geert Delrue is a sought-after speaker at international conferences and has been invited to share his expertise on organized financial crime, particularly anti-money laundering and terrorism financing, at various events in Amsterdam, London, Paris, Casablanca, Kosovo, Serbia, and more, and hosted by organizations such as ACAMS, Marketforce, C5, and BAE Systems.
He also serves as a guest lecturer at several Belgian and foreign universities and conducts training sessions on financial and economic crime investigations, money laundering, and terrorism financing for the European Commission (TAIEX), the European Council (COE), the United Nations (IOM), and the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training (CEPOL).
For more information, visit his website at www.amlcft.eu.