This two-day conference focused on the latest developments in the legislation dealing with the prevention of money laundering and terrorism funding, as well as the standards, techniques and warning signs in the discovery of money laundering, as well as the best global practices in the field. Besides the esteemed experts and professionals from home and abroad dealing with the prevention of money laundering, the Conference shall also feature presentations from internal and external auditors in Croatia and elsewhere in the region (Slovenia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Montenegro, Macedonia, Serbia, etc), as well as the representatives of the regulatory bodies, banks, etc.
Using Republic of Croatia as an example, the Conference speakers have presented the model of legislative harmonization of rules governing prevention of money laundering and funding of terrorism with the EU regulatory framework. These topics are of major importance not only for the financial stability of our country, but also for national and personal security. Our intention was to acquaint the participants with warning signs and indicators that can be of great help in assessing the success of their company’s or their client’s programs for prevention of money laundering and terrorism funding.
The main speaker at the conference was Ross Delston, certified specialist on the prevention of money laundering (CAMS), especially in the field of regulation of financial services and prevention of money laundering and funding of terrorism in the financial institutions. Ross Delston is a frequent speaker at symposiums all around the world, and is an oft-cited author and co-author of articles in numerous publications.