With the pressing need to adopt comprehensive regulatory frameworks around crypto – criminals in the industry are ever more innovative – governments turn to global ML and TR watchdog the FATF and its recommendations to close their regulatory gaps and loopholes that criminals exploit.
This webinar panel looks into some of the control procedures, advancements in regulatory frameworks and the uptake in KYC and the Travel Rule for financial institutions and virtual asset service providers to be in line with the risk-based approach.
Topics we will cover on the Global Regulatory Landscape in 2022 Includes:
- Customer Due Diligence (CDD)
- Know Your Customer (KYC)
- Travel Rule
- Preventing ID Fraud and Digital Money Mules
- Preventing Sanctions Evasion with RegTech
Follow us, as we offer insights to help cryptocurrency businesses, regulators, financial institutions, law enforcement in 2022 to create a safer blockchain economy.
Hosted by Rohith Biju, Marketing Specialist at Coinfirm, we’ll have a host of expert panelists for the live webinar, including:
Katarzyna Kazimierczak-Mrowińska: CEO and Co-founder of Authenteq
Katarzyna Kazimierczak-Mrowińska is the CEO and Co-Founder of Authenteq, a fully automated eKYC and identity verification platform.. She brings over 15 years of experience in international business, funding, acquisition, and company growth to her role at Authenteq. Kozminski University graduate with a diploma in LL.M in International Commercial Law and a Master in European Law in Spain and Poland. She also studied Finance and Management at the Warsaw School of Economics and at Harvard Business School Online.
Pelle Braendgaard: CEO and Co-Founder of Notabene
An early member of the Financial Crypto community, Pelle Braendgaard is the CEO and Co-Founder of Notabene, an end-to-end solution that turns regulatory compliance into a competitive advantage. With more than 25 years experience working with internet, blockchain, identity, and security technologies in Europe, Africa, Caribbean, the US and Latin America, he was most recently and Co-founder and Engineering Lead at uPort, a storied ConsenSys identity startup credited with creating foundational standards for privacy and identity using blockchain technology.