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Qatar Conference - September 2022

THE RECENT TRENDS SHAPING EFFORTS TACKLING THE FINANCIAL CRIME LANDSCAPE - CONFERENCE IN QATAR

Event Information

  • Event Type: Seminar
  • Delivery Channel: Face to Face
  • Date: 04/09/2022 - 04/09/2022
  • Duration: 7Hours

Event Description

The Global Compliance Institute (GCI) is excited to announce holding a conference in Qatar about Shaping Efforts Tackling The Financial Crime Landscape. in Partnership with the Qatar Association of Certified Public Accountants (QCPA).

This Conference is sponsored by:

  • Qatar Financial Market Authority
  • Qatar National Bank (QNB)
  • Doha Bank
  • Ministry of Environments & Climate Change
  • Qatar Central Securities Depository

 

On the 4th of September at The Ritz Carlton-Doha-Qatar, our expert speakers will be discussing:

  • Stopping Money Laundering - It’s All About Training, Competence and Confidence
  • illicit Gold Flow - How the gold trade can be used to evade sanctions
  • Global AML Initiatives, the FATF and Beyond. Risk and opportunities in the evolving AML landscape
  • Fintech in AML - Transaction Monitoring vs Customer Risk Rating
  • Anti-corruption
  • Corporate Governance
  • Corporate Governance
  • & Much More

 

This event is for free for:

  • CEOs and Compliance Professionals in the Qatari Banks and big financial institutions.
  • Compliance and AML seniors at Qatar Central bank, Financial Market Authority, and Qatar Financial Intelligence unit

 

HURRY UP AND CONTACT QCPA TO BOOK YOUR SEAT

+97444412284

[email protected]

Doha Qatar P.O.BOX 5965

Expert Trainer

Martin Woods

Martin Woods

Chair of the Global Compliance Institute

Martin Woods has a wealth of experience as a detective who once investigated financial crimes, including global frauds and money laundering. Upon leaving the police service he embarked upon a career as a senior financial crime compliance officer, working for and with a wide variety of firms all over the world. He has provided training to regulators, central banks, law enforcement agencies and regulated firms and has been called upon to provide expertise as well as guidance. He has been highly commended by regulators and is passionate about empowering people to fight financial crime.

He advocates we are all here to Make A Difference and he is always on the look out for those who may want to join his MAD – Make A Difference revolution. He prides himself as an enemy of the money launderer, the fraudster and the terrorist, who uses training to equip, inspire and motivate others.

MARCENA HUNTER

MARCENA HUNTER

THEMATIC LEAD ON EXTRACTIVES AND ILLICIT FINANCIAL FLOWS AT THE GLOBAL INITIATIVE AGAINST TRANSNATIONAL ORGANIZED CRIME

Marcena is a Senior Analyst at the Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime, which she has been with since 2012. While Marcena’s work has covered a wide scope of material and geographic spread, her current work has focused on gold-related crime, other mineral resources, illicit financial flows and development responses to organized crime. Marcena is also currently a Research Fellow and PhD candidate at the University of Queensland, Sustainable Minerals Institute. Marcena past work includes analysing migration flows, access to justice, and gender issues, as well as providing guidance on security sector and criminal justice reform. Marcena has a JD from Washington and Lee University, and a BA in Political Science from the University of Denver. She is currently based in Australia.

NEIL JEANS

NEIL JEANS

FINANCIAL CRIME COMPLIANCE & RISK CONSULTANT

Neil Jeans has a background in financial crime risk management, spanning over 25 years, including working within Law Enforcement agencies investigating financial crime, including domestic and international fraud and money laundering.

Neil was the founding Joint-Chair of the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS) Australasian Chapter, and is a member of the Chapter’s Advisory Board.

Neil runs a specialist AML/CFT consultancy practice providing advice and support to businesses subject to AML/CTF regulation, including undertaking reviews on the adequacy of AML/CTF systems controls and advisory services concerning regulatory compliance and regulatory enforcement activity. AUSTRAC appointed Neil as their expert witness in the civil claims against CBA and Westpac for AML/CTF breaches, which resulted in CBA paying a settlement of $700 million in 2018, and Westpac paying a settlement of $1.3 billion in 2020.

Nola Lenane

Nola Lenane

Head of Business Development and Management- GCI

Nola has over 17 years experience organizing training programs. She has worked in the Compliance Department of several large International Investment Banks in London including Goldman Sachs, Citigroup, ABN AMRO and Credit Suisse where she was responsible for Training & Competency, and registrations with the Regulatory Bodies.

DR. REEM AL-ANSARI

DR. REEM AL-ANSARI

EXPERIENCED DIRECTOR OF LEGAL STUDIES WITH A DEMONSTRATED HISTORY OF WORKING IN THE HIGHER EDUCATION INDUSTRY

Dr. Reem Al-Ansari is an attorney-professor of law. She has a master's degree in law with a specialization in international financial law from the University of Michigan Law School in Ann Arbor, USA, and a doctorate in international criminal law with a branch AC/AML/CTF/CT from Georgetown University of Law in Washington, DC.

Dr. Al-Ansari has worked at the World Bank Headquarters in the Governance and Anti-Corruption Unit (GAC) and currently directs the Legal Research and Studies Department at the Rule of Law and Anti-Corruption Center in Rolacc- Doha, Qatar.

She is a prominent lawyer as well as a member of the University of Michigan Law School and a legal advisor to the UK White Collar Crime Unit.

Ahmad Tarteer

Ahmad Tarteer

GCI ADVISORY PANEL - HEAD OF COMPLIANCE AND AML

Ahmad Tarteer is a very well-rounded and qualified ‎Compliance and AML expert and accredited trainer and speaker in Compliance and Anti-‎Financial Crimes. He is also a leader and influencer in the compliance and AML community, and a well-known ‎expert in many related subjects, especially International Sanction, FATCA, and CRS, in ‎addition he is expert in AML intelligence and Business Logic Units since he implemented ‎AML solutions and AML System scenarios.

DR EHAB ELSONBATY

DR EHAB ELSONBATY

SENIOR LEGAL COUNSEL - HEAD OF GOVERNANCE & GOV. AFFAIRS

Dr. Ehab previously worked as senior legal counsel and head of corporate governance and government affairs for Qatar's sovereign wealth fund. He was in charge of strategic, corporate, and special projects, as well as transactions worth billions of dollars, and he served on several management committees, including the Management Investment Committee and the Crisis Management Committee.

He worked as a senior legal advisor to the Amiri Diwan, the Amir of Qatar's office at the Royal Court, for six years. During this time, Ehab served on a number of policy and legal committees, including the Permanent Legislative Committee and the Council of Ministers' Committee for Legislative Review, as well as the National Committee to Review Legislation.

Dr. Hashem Al-Sayed

Dr. Hashem Al-Sayed

Chairman of Qatari Association of Certified Public Accountants

More than 30 years of experience in banking, business administration & development, financial investment, auditing. Member of several associates and Chairman for Qatari Association of Certified Public Accountants.

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