SINT MAARTEN (POND ISLAND) – Registration remains open for the 4th Dutch Caribbean AML (Anti-Money Laundering) & Gaming Regulation Forum that will take place from June 4-7 at the Sonesta Maho Beach Resort, Casino and Spa at Maho.
The Government of Sint Maarten via the Ministry of Tourism, Economic Affairs, Traffic and Telecommunications (TEATT) and GovRisk, a UK-based Training & Consultancy specialising in Financial Crime Prevention and Anti-Corruption, are calling on the business community to register for the Forum that will promote compliance, Anti-Money Laundering, New technologies and Exploring the Future of Business Risk.
To REGISTER for the forum, simply follow this link:
www.govrisk.org/DCGRF2019. Click on Register, then input the special discount code TEATT and follow the process through to the end.
Minister of Tourism & Economic Affairs Stuart Johnson is calling on businesses in the AML & Gaming Regulation and support sectors to sign-up to attend the Forum.
This regional event will bring together key stakeholders such as: Banks – Compliance Officers & Internal Risk Managers; Central Banks, Regulatory & Supervisory Bodies; Financial Intelligence Units, Treasury & Revenue, Law Enforcement; Casinos, Lotteries, Slot & Arcade Operators; Designated Non-Financial Businesses and Professions (DNFBPs) such as: Law Firms, Auditors & Accountants, Insurance Firms, Real Estate Agents, Car Dealers, Jewellers, Credit Unions & Charities.
Over 100 casino directors, gaming regulators, compliance officers, law enforcement personnel and representatives from the legal and banking sectors from across five Caribbean jurisdictions will attend the event.
“The Forum will provide the opportunity to learn international best practices and the latest trends from the Caribbean Financial Action Task Force (CFATF) and other entities in attendance about Global Regulatory Standards and Strategies to reduce the risk of criminal activity.
“The Forum will be focusing on how to effectively prepare our country and other jurisdictions in attendance to put the necessary regulations in place in accordance with CFATF recommendations,” Minister of Tourism & Economic Affairs Stuart Johnson said on Wednesday.
All Training Sessions, Workshops, Debates and Discussions will be led by international experts that will address global regulatory standards and strategies to reduce the risk of criminal activity and increase compliance & transparency.