ABA Criminal Justice Section
Newsletter - Fall 1998 Vol. 7, Number 1
10 Year Milestone for ABA/ABA Money Laundering Enforcement Seminar
The American Bankers Association and American Bar Association will celebrate the tenth annual presentation of the Money Laundering Enforcement Seminar, November 2-3, 1998, at the J.W. Marriott Hotel in Washington, D.C.
This well-established conference offers financial institution compliance officers, corporate counsel and outside attorneys updates on all aspects of money laundering compliance, deterrence and enforcement. Attendees will learn to recognize and protect their institutions from the the latest money laundering techniques, such as the use of cyber laundering and Internet fraud. Experts will explain the complexities of the "Know Your Customer" regulation; provide updates on the Bank Secrecy Act; and offer practical tips for working with OFAC (Office of Foreign Assets Control). The program is chaired by John Byrne of the American Bankers Association, and Gordon Greenberg of the ABA Criminal Justice Section.
Tuition is $595 for members of the American Bankers Association or the American Bar Association, $695 for nonmembers. Team discounts are available. Call the Section for a brochure at 202/662-1512.
A coursebook and audiotapes will be available after the conference by calling 1/800-338-0626.