We are delighted to be hosting The Future of Compliance Conference 2018 in Dublin, Ireland on the 24th May 2018. With increased compliance and the introduction of the 4th AML Directive it is important to understand the impact of these changes on institutions in Ireland and how this will affect their processes.
This conference will provide key takeaways into managing compliance standards, regulations and navigating the evolving landscape as well as:
Enjoy an evening of complimentary networking drinks, presentations and panel discussions. This interactive event is sure to be a unique and innovative experience for all.
We look forward to seeing you there!
This event has now closed to registrations as it has reached capacity.
If you have been unable to register and would like to receive information on the future of compliance in Dublin please contact email@example.com
Domhnall Cullinan – Head of Anti Money Laundering Division | Central Bank of Ireland
Domhnall joined the Central Bank of Ireland in 2003 and was appointed Head of Insurance Supervision in June 2012. He took up his current role as Head of the Anti-Money Laundering Division in June 2014. Domhnall worked in the Life and Pensions industry for 11 years prior to joining the Central Bank. Domhnall has been involved in the development of policy and legislation nationally and represents Ireland at the Financial Action Task Force. In addition to AML/CFT supervision and policy development, the Anti-Money Laundering Division is responsible for administration of financial sanctions and the investigation of the provision of financial services by unauthorised providers.
Neela Das – Head of Innovation | Accuity
Neela Das leads Accuity’s global, multi-disciplinary innovation team. She is responsible for developing the innovation strategy, collaborating with the Risk & Compliance and Payments teams across the globe. Her team focuses on driving ideas from concept to prototype quickly and efficiently using lean methodologies. Neela brings a wealth of experience working in disrupted markets. She previously held the Digital Director role at New Scientist and developed its digital strategy at a time when the publishing industry was experiencing unprecedented change. Projects include everything from machine learning to making use of geolocation data, as well as real-world implementations of distributed ledger technologies.
Neville McCormack, Money Laundering Investigations | Garda National Economic Crime Bureau