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When we talk about AML typologies, do we all know what it means or how we can identify them?

In the AML/CFT context, the "typologies" refers to different techniques used to launder money or finance terrorism. As we all know, criminals can be very creative in developing methods how to launder money and finance terrorism. Typologies are heavily influenced by the economy, financial markets and anti-money laundering/counter financing of terrorism regimes.

With recent development of unusual global challenges and economic disruptions, this webinar will discuss the changes and challenges in AML typologies, good practices and policy responses to money laundering and terrorist financing threats and the vulnerabilities arising from those challenges.

With focus on these issues, this webinar we will be looking at:

  • What are the AML typologies and how do we identify them?
  • What are the recent changes to AML typologies?
  • What are the challenges?
  • What are the methods, techniques and trends of ML and TF?
  • What is the responsiveness of FATF towards recent global and economic challenges of ML and TF?
  • Do normal AML procedures work in identification terrorist financing?
  • What role does machine learning play in identification of ML typologies?