On September 24 and 25, 2020, Paul Hastings will host an Anti-Money Laundering Summit, featuring a keynote address from CFTC Commissioner Dan Berkovitz.
This virtual program will occur over two morning sessions, which will be presented to a global audience and will feature more than two dozen speakers from the world’s leading financial institutions and various financial regulators—including current and former senior attorneys from the SEC, DOJ, and DANY, as well as senior Legal and Compliance officers from Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan Chase, Wells Fargo, Standard Chartered, Gemini, Barclays, Bridgewater Associates, PayPal and Guggenheim Partners—will provide attendees with unparalleled insight into the AML risks faced by institutions in the pre- and post-COVID landscape.
Topics covered will address recent enforcement trends, AML investigations for non-U.S. organizations, best practices for addressing AML issues and compliance, corruption and sanctions activity as a predicate offense, and a deep-dive into special situations involving cryptocurrency.
Day 1 Agenda
8:00 – 11:00 am ET
- Introductory Remarks – Barry Sher
- Keynote Speaker – CFTC Commissioner Dan Berkovitz (15-30 minutes)
- Panel 1 - A Year in Review: A review of the key issues and topics in AML compliance, a number of which will be discussed in greater detail on separate panels (60 minutes)
- Panel 2 – The non-U.S. Perspective: Focusing on AML investigations of non-U.S. institutions, this panel will address the pursuit of non-U.S. entities and AML investigations and activity in non-U.S. jurisdictions (90 minutes)