On April 13 and 14, leading regulatory technology provider, iSPIRAL, attended the high-level Nordic-Baltic AML Conference 2022 taking place in Tallinn, Estonia.
Sponsored by iSPIRAL, this prestigious event saw Company Director Christos Ttiniozou giving a well-received keynote presentation entitled ‘The Future of Financial Crime investigations’. Mr Ttiniozou also participated in a panel ‘Reality Check: FinCrime & ML/TF Crime’.
Opening with a welcome from Allan Parik, Chairman of the Board at Estonian Banking Association and Keit Pentus-Rosimannus, Chairman of the Board at SEB Pank Estonia, the Conference attracted leading figures in the ever-changing world of anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing. These included esteemed participants from FATF, Moneyval, Nordea, and the European Banking Authority.
“It was a privilege to be in such distinguished company,” says Mr Ttiniozou. “Both the Financial Sector Conference on April 13 and the Practical Seminars on the following day were hugely enlightening, and much valuable knowledge was shared by all those in attendance.”
The third annual Conference of its kind, the NORDIC-BALTIC AML CONFERENCE 2022 focused on the imposition and enforcement of sanctions; the need for more transparent regulations; adjustments to the global crypto industry; and the potential to make AML/CFT measures faster, cheaper, and more effective with the help of new FinTech & RegTech ability of technologies.
“It was a great honour to be included in such pioneering discussions, and to share iSPIRAL’s significant expertise in combating financial crime,” says Mr Ttiniozou. “The subject of ‘The Future of Financial Crime Investigations’ presented us with a great opportunity to learn more about the changing nature of fraud, cybercrime, and other anti-financial crime. iSPIRAL looks forward to participating in many similarly distinguished events in the Nordic and Baltic regions in the future.”