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Camilleri Preziosi hosts the first conference on combating financial crime

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Camilleri Preziosi is proud to announce the successful hosting of our first ever Anti-Financial Crime (AFC) Conference. This event included a series of insightful discussions and presentations…


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Camilleri Preziosi is proud to announce the successful hosting of our very first Anti-Financial Crime Conference (AFC)This event featured a series of insightful discussions and presentations on the latest developments and challenges in the field of financial crime prevention.

The conference opened with a keynote speech by our Managing Partner. Louis de Gabrieleand thus set the tone for a day full of discussions.

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Compliance and AML consultants, Peter Mizzi, gave three introductory presentations before each panel discussion, explaining the context and outlining the key topics for our panelists.

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The conference featured three panel discussions addressing the EU AML/CFT package, International financial sanctionsAnd ESG and AFCThese discussions provided valuable insights and fostered stimulating dialogue on these important issues.

We would like to thank the entire
Camilleri Preziosi team, our moderators, panelists and all participants for their invaluable contributions to the success of this conference.

For those interested, there are introductory lectures by
Peter Mizzi are included with this article.

We look forward to hosting more events in the future that contribute to the ongoing fight against financial crime.

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