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International expert on nuclear politics and financial crime prevention to deliver keynote presentation at proliferation financing seminar

Former member of The UN Secretary General’s Advisory Board on disarmament and international expert on financial crime prevention, Dr.Togzhan Kassenova will be speaking at the next FTS seminar on Proliferation Financing in Cayman on September 17th.

With recent changes to the Cayman Island’s regulatory framework to better protect the jurisdiction against risks of proliferation financing, this seminar will provide important information on the new requirements and ways to improve compliance procedures to alleviate the dangers.

Dr. Togzhan Kassenova will be joined by Ms. Kim France, Sanctions Coordinator of the Cayman Financial Reporting Authority who will address the recent CFATF Mutual Evaluation Report which identifies proliferation financing as one of the key areas to be addressed in the Cayman Islands.

“This seminar is essential for compliance professionals, directors and CEOs to attend in order to understand proliferation financing key requirements, identifying the risks and mitigating them,” said Paul Byles, Director of FTS.

“It is important for Cayman, as an international financial hub, to develop and stay abreast policies to protect the global financial system against money laundering and terrorist financing,” said Mr Byles.

The seminar will take place on Tuesday 17 September, 2019 at The Westin Beach Resort and Spa, from 8.30am – 11.30am. Registration is USD$225 and includes breakfast. To register visit www.ftscayman.com/events

This seminar is organised by FTS and made possible thanks to our sponsor The Ministry of Financial Services.

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