Seminar: Managing compliance risks; know your customer & identity management, 18 April, The Hague

Following legislative requirements businesses need to be able to identify and register customers, suppliers, and other business partners. Laws on sanctions, export controls, anti-money laundering, anti-terrorism, all have implications for (inter)national business. Many businesses see themselves confronted with a growing complexity due to requirements and the number of identifier systems.

Where to find relevant and reliable information, and what if information is unavailable? How to organize the know-your-customer process efficiently? Those - and more - questions will be answered during this half-day seminar, by representatives of the regulator, business and the bank.

This seminar provides insight in how to manage these KYC related compliance risks, by providing:

  • An overview of the latest requirements, following rules and regulations;
  • Insight in the possible effects of developments in the field of identity management, in particular the G20-initiative Global Legal Entity Identifier Foundation which has the task to take the lead in developing recommendations for a global LEI and a supporting governance structure;
  • Experiences of businesses and bank on organize KYC processes efficiently.

Preliminary programme

   

13.00        

Registration

13.15

Welcome and introduction

 

KYC; what are the legal requirements?

 

Organizing KYC; the business practice
Head of Customer Screenings, Philips (tbc)

14.45 

Break

 

Organizing KYC; the bank’s practice
Sr. Compliance Officer with an international banking background

 

Identity management and its role in optimizing KYC processes
Mr. Gerard Hartsink, Chairman, Global Legal Entity Identifier Foundation

 

The perspective of the regulator on KYC
Division Director, De Nederlandsche Bank

 

Panel discussion and Q&A

17.30

Concluding remarks
Drinks & networking

More information on the programme and the speakers will follow soon.

 

Registration

 

 

 

Target audience   

Corporate compliance officers, KYC analysts and legal counsel of companies with an international business presence, including banks

Venue

Bezuidenhoutseweg 12, Den Haag (Malietoren)

Language

English

Registration

Please register here

Registration fee

Registration fee: €450,- (excluding VAT/BTW, including training material and drinks),

ICC Netherlands members: €250,- (excluding VAT/BTW, including training material and drinks)

 

Registration (on a first come, first serve basis) will close on Thursday 13 April 2017, 11.00 am. Registrations cancelled after Thursday 6 April 2017 will be charged in full.

 

 

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