The latest AML/CFT trends (Anti-Money Laundering and Combating the Financing of Terrorism), as well as the latest legislative amendments in the field will be discussed during the third training, organized by the National Commission for Financial Markets (NCFM) and USAID Moldova Financial Sector Transparency Activity (FSTA) on January 26, 2023.
The training entitled "Transaction Monitoring and Red Flags" is addressed to non-banking credit organizations and insurance/reinsurance companies representatives. The training agenda includes panels moderated by national and international experts, with extensive experience in the field. Moreover, high-level speakers from the NCFM, the Office for Prevention and Fight against Money Laundering, and National Bank of Moldova are invited. At the same time, industry representatives will be able to highlight, within a dedicated panel, the challenges they face in their efforts to ensure compliance with AML/CFT requirements.
The third session will be held in a hybrid format - online and onsite, at Radisson Blu, between 9:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. The in-person participation will be according to availability, based on prior registrations and confirmations received. Prior registration is required for online participation as well and will be open until January 25 at 5:00 p.m.
The January 26 session concludes the AML/CFT training program launched in partnership with the USAID FSTA Project last February. The training cycle, composed of three modules, was designed with the aim of strengthening the reporting entities’ capacities to effectively prevent and combat financial crimes, by presenting the best AML/CFT practices and sharing the expertise held by reputable specialists in the field. As previously announced, all participants present at the three trainings will receive certificates.
For more details about the event speakers, please follow the NCFM and Financial Sector Transparency Facebook pages.