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The Anti-Money & Financial Crime Southern Africa Conference







Support from insurance companies again expected for Anti-Money Laundering and Financial Crime Southern African Conference 2021

Trade Conferences International (TCI) is hosting its well-known flagship event on anti –money laundering again this year after a break last year due to COVID.

The Anti-Money & Financial Crime Southern Africa Conference is taking place on the 4 & 5 August 2021 at the Indaba Hotel, Fourways.  

With little less than 3 months away, the interest to attend SA’s no. 1 anti-money laundering conference is high and points to a record number of delegates attending the event.

Insurance companies that attended the conference in 2019 included Old Mutual Finance, Sanlam Investment Management, Discovery, Santam Group Compliance and Absa Wealth Advisory.

The event is set out to create a platform for banks, insurance companies, service providers and government personnel to share their knowledge and experiences on financial crime, build relationships and most importantly to get updated on the current trends regarding the latest news in the AML arena from the expert speaker panel.

The Anti-Money Laundering & Financial Crime Southern Africa Conference is taking place for the sixth time this year. The conference is a physical event, but delegates can also register to attend on-line as it will be live streamed in real time.

Project Manager, Thunile Nkosi said interest is high and delegate registrations are picking up fast.


“So far we have 60 delegates who have registered to attend, with less than three months before the event takes place”.


The conference brochure was launched three weeks ago with a jam-packed programme featuring nearly 30 top speakers, addressing high end and updated relevant topics relating the Southern African landscape of AML & financial crime environment during the COVID -19 pandemic

Some members of the speaker panel of over 30 financial crime, compliance and technology experts include,

  • Prof Louis de Koker, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia
  • Pieter Smit, Executive Manager: Legal & Policy, Financial Intelligence Centre, South Africa
  • Pekka Dare, Vice President, International Compliance Association (UK)
  • Katarina Pranjic, ‎Financial Crime Compliance, · ‎LexisNexis Risk Solutions (UK)
  • Eva Crouwel, Head of Financial Crime & Forensic, Luno

Companies that registered include: ABSA Internal Audit * Discovery * The Banking Association of South Africa * Capitec Bank Anti-Money Laundering * Bateleur Software * Accuity * Navigate Training & Consulting * LexisNexis South Africa * IMX Software * ABSA Financial Crime * Sanlam Investment Management.


Thunile said that the 2019 AML conference was attended by close to 200 attendees. “This year we expect a full house again”.


“We urge personnel dealing with anti-money laundering, insurance, financial crime, compliance, fraud, to register to attend this high profile conference”.


Normal registration fee: R8 950 + VAT = R10 293 p.p

To register as a delegate e-mail Ryno van Ellewee on or Thunile Nkosi   

More about the organisers Trade Conferences International

Source: Trade Conferences International (TCI)
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