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2017
18

May

2017

Webinar: Panama Papers Beneficial – Ownership & Complying with New Regulations

The Panama Papers have heightened the needs for regulators globally, to bring about greater transparency in the ownership of the firms they incorporate. Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) finalized its proposed ruling, requiring banks and other financial institutions to identify and verify the identity of beneficial owners behind legal entity customers. Financial institutions will have to comply with these new requirements by May 11, 2018.

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12

May

2017

Webinar: Casinos and Gaming: Update on Fantasy Sport Rulings

The current legality of daily fantasy sports is a hot-button topic in jurisdictions across the United States. While the legality had previously just been a topic of contemplation for gaming lawyers, the discussion has now spilled into the highest levels of government, including attorneys general and statehouses. How does this affect you in compliance? 

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27

April

2017

Webinar: Key Challenges and Best Practices to Detecting Trade-Based Money Laundering

A 2016 US Congressional Research Service Report describes trade-based money laundering, or TBML, as "among the most challenging and pernicious forms of money laundering to investigate," and cites U.S. government estimates that suggest billions or even tens of billions of dollars in illicit wealth is laundered through TBML schemes each year.
This 30 minute webinar will provide insight into today’s key challenges and discuss best practices in preventing trade-based money laundering. Corporate compliance officers need to implement an Anti-Money Laundering (AML) system to prevent your company from aiding in such criminal schemes while training your personnel to “know your customer” and be aware of red flags.

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16

April

2017

Webinar: How To Identify Bribery & Fraud in Your Supply Chain

Join RDC on this 30 minute complimentary webinar to discuss how the use of agents, affiliates and other third parties may increase your risk exposure as your business expands across geographies. More than ever, companies must screen and monitor potential vendors, agents, partners, and other third parties to detect red flags for bribery, fraud and other crimes. Understanding some of the enforcement trends developments of the U.S. Foreign Corruption Practices Act (FCPA) and the UK Bribery Act. Learn how to identify reputational risk, corruption, fraud, and other potential concerns regarding business conduct of your partners or third-party vendor.

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06

April

2017

Webinar: Key Challenges and Best Practices to Detecting Trade-Based Money Laundering

Trade-Based Money Laundering (TBML) is a problem that is rapidly growing. This 45 minute webinar will provide insight into today’s key challenges and discuss best practices in preventing trade-based money laundering. Corporate compliance officers need to implement an Anti-Money Laundering (AML) system to prevent your company from aiding in such criminal schemes while training your personnel to “know your customer” and be aware of red flags.

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07

March

2017

Webinar: Best AML Practices to Combat Human Trafficking

Human trafficking around the world is coming under increased scrutiny by authorities. According the United States National Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), human trafficking forms the third largest source of income for organized crime groups. Recently, FinCEN issued guidance to financial institutions to detect the red flags for human trafficking. This has created a regulatory expectation for financial institutions to add anti-human trafficking compliance controls into its Anti-Money Laundering (AML) program.

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03

March

2017

Webinar: Enhance Due Diligence with Adverse Media

Financial organizations have been conditioned to worry most about their high risk customers while meeting regulatory requirements. To do so, a higher level of due diligence is required, but processes to accomplish this can be time consuming and labor intensive while only providing a snapshot of your potential risk. Customer data and web information changes often, increasing the potential to miss something, and relying on human research is a labor intensive process.

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15

February

2017

Webinar: FCPA: How To Investigate and Defend Claims

"The FCPA is one of the most emphasized enforcement areas for both the DOJ and SEC, and can be very challenging for companies to defend."
Join RDC and H. David Kotz, author of “Financial Regulation and Compliance: How to Manage Competing and Overlapping Regulatory Oversight” (Wiley 2015) for a 30 minute discussion on FCPA investigations, the primary triggers for enforcement, and how to organize your own internal processes related to conducting investigations. H. David Kotz, the former inspector General of the SEC who investigated some of the highest profile cases in history including the 50 billion Bernie Madoff Ponzi scheme, will describe how companies should conduct internal investigations of FCPA-related claims.

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19

January

2017

Webinar: Enhance Due Diligence with Adverse Media

Financial organizations have been conditioned to worry most about their high risk customers while meeting regulatory requirements. To do so, a higher level of due diligence is required, but processes to accomplish this can be time consuming and labor intensive while only providing a snapshot of your potential risk. Customer data and web information changes often, increasing the potential to miss something, and relying on human research is a labor intensive process.

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03

January

2017

Webinar: Third-Party Screening & Monitoring

Join RDC on this 30 minutes complimentary recorded webinar to discuss how the use of agents, affiliates and other third parties may increase your risk exposure as your business expands across geographies. More than ever, companies must screen and monitor potential vendors, agents, partners, and other third-parties to detect red flags for bribery, fraud and other crimes. Understanding some of the enforcement trends developments of the U.S. Foreign Corruption Practices Act (FCPA). Learn how to identify reputational risk, corruption, fraud, and other potential concerns regarding business conduct of your partners or third-party vendor with an effective third-party screening and monitoring solution. 

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