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Financial Crime Compliance Forum, Amsterdam

September 27, 2017
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM CEST

The Accuity Financial Crime Compliance Forum is taking place in Amsterdam on Wednesday 27th September. This interactive event will invite discussion around some of the key compliance challenges currently facing corporates, banks and financial institutions in the Netherlands.

Discussion Points:

  • Analysing recent macro-economic trends and their impact on financial crime compliance
  • Navigating the landscape of sanctions and export controls
  • Exploring regulatory change – including the impact of the 4th EU Money Laundering Directive
  • Discussing best practices in implementing an effective financial crime compliance programme

This event is free to attend and will begin with breakfast at 08.30 AM in the Park Suite, Park Plaza Victoria Amsterdam. Places are limited so don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn from the experts as well as join in a valuable discussion with your peers.


Gert DemminkGert Demmink

Partner | Philip Sidney

Gert Demmink is partner at Philip Sidney, the consultancy company active in global trade compliance. Its markets include banking, factoring & payments services and aerospace & defense. From 1998 to 2006, Gert headed the Centre of Excellence for Integrity at the Dutch Central Bank. Before that, Gert set up the FIU for the Netherlands Antilles. Gert holds a law degree and did a post-graduate two year course in Forensic Auditing.


Aneta KlosecAneta Kłosek

Business Solution Specialist, Risk and Compliance | Accuity

Aneta focuses on Accuity’s compliance screening product offerings, providing technical support during client engagements and thought leadership on topics relating to compliance. Aneta holds the ICA international diploma for AML and previously worked in a sales function. Prior to joining the Accuity Business Solution Group, Aneta worked as a product marketing manager in the regulatory reporting and operational risk space for Wolters Kluwer.