MLROs.com Conference Three 2020

Online Event | Tuesday 24th November 2020

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Event Details

Please be aware, this event has been postponed until 24th November due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Should an in person conference not be feasible in November then we will conduct this event online with details to follow in due course.

MLROs.com are pleased to bring you the second of our regular industry renowned conferences for 2020.  Our conferences are always a great value, full-day event, packed with major topical issues and expert speakers.

The conference will provide delegates with the information to enhance the scope and depth of their knowledge across a broad range of subjects, as well as earn valuable CPD points.

The conference will be held at their online via Zoom on Tuesday, 24th November 2020.

Tickets & Bookings

Tickets for Conference Two 2020 start at just £199* for all-day attendance. Please note our pricing structure.

1st Release Admission
2nd Release Admission £199*
3rd Release Admission £249*
4th Release Admission £299*
Half Day Admission (AM/ PM) £199*

Register Here

Please email us at conference@mlros.com if  you require a PDF booking form

Agenda & Speakers

The Agenda and speaker information will be published shortly.

08:30 – 09:00

Registration & Coffee

Delegate’s arrival / registration and a chance to grab a pre-event coffee and some nibbles before settling into the day’s busy schedule!

09:00 – 09:10

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CEO’s Introduction

A quick welcome to MLROs.com Conference Two 2020 from our CEO and an update on the latest forum news and developments.

David Pelled,
CEO, MLROs.com

09:10 – 09:55

A Banker’s Duty of (Quince) Care

Denis will analyse the recent Supreme Court judgment on a bank’s liability following an authorised signatory improperly diverting $204 million from a corporate account. He will also consider a related Court judgment where $875 million was also similarly diverted after a bank received Consent (DAML) from the UK FIU. Denis will conclude by suggesting some lessons that banks and financial crime staff may learn from these cases.

Speaker: Denis O’Connor

09:55 – 10:40

Companies House Reform Review

Session Description Pending

Speaker: Stephen Webster
Head of Corporate Transparency & Register Reform, BEIS

10:40 – 11:00

 Morning Coffee

Selection of teas, coffees, cakes and fresh juice available.

11:00 – 11:45

Session TBC

Speaker: TBC

11:45 – 12:30

5MLD & the Art Market

Art Market Participants came into scope for regulation from the 10 January this year and HMRC are their supervisor. This brings a new sector into scope under the regulations for art galleries and auction houses. Alan will take a look at a brief background of art, what art is covered by the regulations, registration with HMRC, guidance and some of the risks and challenges with this diverse sector.

Speaker: Alan Patrick
AMP & HVD Strategy Lead, HMRC

12:30 – 13:30

Lunch

Selection of sandwiches, drinks and snacks available.

13:30 – 14:15

Session TBC

Speaker TBC

14:15 – 15:00

Session TBC

Speaker TBC

15:00 – 15:20

Afternoon Coffee

Selection of teas, coffees, cakes and fresh juice available.

15:20 – 16:05

OSINT for AML Professionals

Session Description Pending

Speaker: Dylan Kennedy
Director, Intelpool Limited

16:05 – 16:50

Keynote Speaker TBC

16:50 – 17:30

Panel Q & A

A selection of the days speakers will be available for a short open Q&A session with questions from the floor.

17:30 – 19:30

Evening Reception & Networking

A fantastic opportunity to decompress with a drink and some food; and network with your peers and the expert speakers of the day, hosted by DWF.

08:30 – 09:00

Registration & Coffee

Delegate’s arrival / registration and a chance to grab a pre-event coffee and some nibbles before settling into the day’s busy schedule!

09:00 – 09:10

CEO’s Introduction

A quick welcome to MLROs.com Conference Two 2020 from our CEO and an update on the latest forum news and developments.

David Pelled,
CEO, MLROs.com

09:10 – 09:55

A Banker’s Duty of (Quince) Care

Denis will analyse the recent Supreme Court judgment on a bank’s liability following an authorised signatory improperly diverting $204 million from a corporate account. He will also consider a related Court judgment where $875 million was also similarly diverted after a bank received Consent (DAML) from the UK FIU. Denis will conclude by suggesting some lessons that banks and financial crime staff may learn from these cases.

Speaker: Denis O’Connor

09:55 – 10:40

Companies House Reform Review

Session Description Pending

Speaker: Stephen Webster
Head of Corporate Transparency & Register Reform, BEIS

10:40 – 11:00

 Morning Coffee

Selection of teas, coffees, cakes and fresh juice available.

11:00 – 11:45

Session TBC

Speaker: TBC

11:45 – 12:30

5MLD & the Art Market

Art Market Participants came into scope for regulation from the 10 January this year and HMRC are their supervisor. This brings a new sector into scope under the regulations for art galleries and auction houses. Alan will take a look at a brief background of art, what art is covered by the regulations, registration with HMRC, guidance and some of the risks and challenges with this diverse sector.

Speaker: Alan Patrick
AMP & HVD Strategy Lead, HMRC

12:30 – 13:30

Lunch

Selection of sandwiches, drinks and snacks available.

13:30 – 14:15

Session TBC

Speaker TBC

14:15 – 15:00

Session TBC

Speaker TBC

15:00 – 15:20

Afternoon Coffee

Selection of teas, coffees, cakes and fresh juice available.

15:20 – 16:05

OSINT for AML Professionals

Session Description Pending

Speaker: Dylan Kennedy
Director, Intelpool Limited

16:05 – 16:50

Keynote Speaker TBC

16:50 – 17:30

Panel Q & A

A selection of the days speakers will be available for a short open Q&A session with questions from the floor.

17:30 – 19:30

Evening Reception & Networking

A fantastic opportunity to decompress with a drink and some food; and network with your peers and the expert speakers of the day, hosted by DWF.

*Cost does not include any booking or handling fees charged by Eventbrite.