How to tackle FICA and win the battle on Anti-Money Laundering – Sign up for the conference

Financial Crime
15 May 2024

As technology advances and new markets are created, money launderers, terrorists, and proliferation financiers are finding increasingly innovative ways to use the latest systems, tools, and markets to evade detection.

Financial crime has far-reaching consequences for the economy, society and governance, and South Africa’s complex financial landscape presents an attractive environment for criminals seeking to exploit vulnerabilities.

Considering the negative effects of financial crimes and South Africa’s susceptibility to it, the fight against financial crime in SA has never been more important.

Join DocFox and other highly skilled financial crime-fighting experts at the Financial Crime conference of the year.

With industry expert speakers you won’t want to miss, the conference will provide valuable insights and practical guidance on how to effectively combat money laundering and other financial crimes in your business.

The line-up of speakers include:

  • Christopher Malan – Executive Manager Compliance and Prevention, Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC)
  • Advocate Xolisile Khanyile, Chair, Africa Chapter: The Coalition | Former Director, FIC | Former Chair, Egmont Group
  • Manet Basson, Managing Director, FTI Consulting
  • Chad Thomas, Chief Executive Officer, IRS Forensic Investigations
  • Hawken McEwan, Director, Risk and Compliance, DocFox
  • Evita Situma, Senior Specialist, Financial Crime Compliance
  • Carl Muller, Head of Compliance, Block Markets Africa

With limited tickets available, now is the perfect time to secure your spot and take advantage of our early bird discount.

Book your tickets here

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