Curbing money laundering and terrorist financing is critical to the integrity of financial markets and national security. Yet, the legal and regulatory framework for addressing money laundering and terrorist financing is rooted in a law written over 40 years ago. Is there a more effective way to detect and prevent these criminal activities? Can technology and big data be used to identify and stop illegal transactions? Is there a need for greater cooperation and information sharing between financial firms and law enforcement? Join us to explore these and other questions with policymakers and experts on September 12.
BPC hosted an event with keynote remarks from Rep. Ed Royce, Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee and member of the House Financial Services Committee, and a discussion with experts on possibilities for reform.
Rep. Ed Royce (R-CA)
Chairman, House Foreign Affairs Committee
Member, House Financial Services Committee
Acting Director, Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN)
President and CEO, The Clearing House
Chief Operating Officer, Merlon Intelligence
Senior Vice President of Government Relations, HSBC
Reporter, American Banker