: Sep 19, 2011 to Sep 20, 2011
As developed markets continue to tighten their bolts against financial crime, criminals are refocusing their efforts on developing markets. According to the Global Fraud Report 2010 by KROLL, 86% of companies in Middle East are affected by fraud, with employees alone making up to 61% of the perpetrators.
The MENA Fraud, AML and Compliance Forum will help businesses, authorities and regulators identify and thwart financial crimes within the region. Industry experts, leading consultants will come together at the MENAFAC forum to equip local organizations in proper knowledge and technology.
The conference will address the following questions:
How to deal with the culture awareness perceptions and challenges within the region ?
How to cope up with the emerging rules and adjust to international sanctions?
How to deal with the typologies within the region?
How to develop an effective fraud control strategy?
How to handle the burden of reporting a suspicious activity?
What are the recent technology advances in monitoring fraud & financial crime?
Key topics include:
AML culture awareness & behavioral patterns
How to prevent online hacks & card frauds
Overview on fraud investigation units and their pitfalls
Regional sanction issues
Building intra-agency cooperation to keep financial crimes under check
Establishing internal controls
Formulating customized AML monitoring systems for MENA
For more information, visit the MENAFAC website
or call Riddhi Misra at +91 988 647 2292.
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