Don't miss your chance to attend a rebroadcast of a popular cryptocurrency webinar. While this presentation was recorded in July 2021, one of the presenters, Todd Ehret, will be online answering questions live during the rebroadcast.Cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin have enjoyed years of freedom from financial regulation. As acceptance of cryptocurrency skyrockets, new U.S. anti-money laundering legislation has called for virtual currency exchanges to fall under registration and compliance requirements. Multiple regulatory stakeholders must come to the table and set the course for the future. Until that course has been set, financial regulatory experts are working tirelessly to synthesize the latest information. As U.S. regulatory bodies prepare to absorb cryptocurrency into their domain, this panel has been busy researching and reporting on the latest news. Register for the webinar and participate in a discussion of what the newly revised Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) means for cryptocurrency and the battle against illicit finance. You Will Learn How To:
Navigate the global regulatory landscape for digital currencies (such as bitcoin) and review the various definitions of CryptocurrenciesRecognize the truths and myths around cryptocurrencies and financial crime.Apply best practices for creating and implementing anti-money laundering (AML) compliance programs, including tracking transactions, identifying fraud and mitigating emerging risks.
Speakers:Gina Jurva, Esq.Manager, Enterprise Content – Corporates & GovernmentThomson Reuters Todd EhretSenior Regulatory Intelligence Expert Thomson ReutersGabe HidalgoManaging DirectorK2 Integrity
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