ManchesterCF will be attending Sibos 2020!
Sibos 2020 is an exciting digital thought leadership event. It will go ahead on the original planned dates, October 5th-8th 2020 and continue the conversation with monthly digital sessions and content through to Sibos 2021 Singapore. We look forward to seeing you there.
We’re attending these sessions …
Friction or fiction: Compliance in a real-time worldMatt Brown, Group Head of Compliance Services Monday, 5 October; 18:30 – 19:30 CET at Sibos 2020 Register to join in
Cross-border payments: What role for the banks in 2025?Diane S. Reyes, GGM, Global Head of Liquidity & Cash Management Wednesday, 7 October; 15:30 – 16:30 CET at Sibos 2020 Register to join in
Stay current with tips on ways financial institutions can protect themselves when selling and processing trade finance products.
No automated system yields the same results as an alert and informed employee.
Quash dangerous transactions and client relationships before they escalate into major events.
Be informed with case studies and examine recent bank supervisory actions in regulatory enforcements and how they impact the operations of a global correspondent banking business in modern world financial markets.
Without effective AML/ATF legislation and regulations, it can be difficult for countries to maintain social, economic and political stability.
Banking supervisors must ensure financial institutions are aware of sanctions and have robust controls in place that reduce the risks associated with sanctions.