06 Jun

Money20/20 Europe

Amsterdam, The Netherlands

The place where money does business is just around the corner. In a few weeks, June 6 – 8 2023 in Amsterdam to be precise, get ready to connect with the industry’s boldest and brightest new voices to delve into the challenges of right now and shape together what comes next for the money ecosystem in Europe and beyond.

This year we’ll stop at nothing to level the playing field and offer you connections, tools, knowledge and access to the innovations shaping the future of money.

As for the attendee list, it is only getting bigger and bigger by the day. Check out the range of powerhouses names who are coming to Amsterdam this year such as HSBC, Morgan Stanley, UBS, ABN Amro, ING, Barclays and Citi.

Get set for a game-changing lineup that’ll rock the financial world. With sessions covering everything from banking to payments, crypto to insurance, and with more trailblazing speakers on the horizon, our show is destined to push money’s boundaries like never before. Dive in, and prepare for a thrilling ride!

Check out the official website for more information, and we hope to see you there!

13 Jun

Economic Crime Prevention Conference

London, United Kingdom

These are trying times for compliance, risk and legal professionals. Against the backdrop of major military conflict in Europe, and the UK Government’s acknowledgment of economic crime being a “high and constantly evolving” multibillion-pound problem, it is evident that money laundering, sanctions evasion, ransomware attacks and bribery are coming back in ways and forms that have never been predicted.

Building upon Kisaco Research’s evolving success in sanctions, financial crime and regulatory enforcement events, this timely conference will focus on the most critical risk, compliance and legal challenges affecting financial institutions and companies.

Navigate The Complexities of:

Designing and implementing actionable, “catch-all” compliance programs; managing government and internal investigations, and staying ahead of enforcement in the areas of:

AML, sanctions, and proliferation finance Anti-bribery and corruption Crypto, cybercrime, and data privacy Third-party and supply chain risks Whistleblowing and investigations Human rights and environmental crime


Below are some of the key topics that will be explored;

AML, sanctions, and proliferation finance Anti-bribery and corruption Crypto, cybercrime, and data privacy Third-party and supply chain risks Whistleblowing and investigations Human rights and environmental crime

Our strong speaker-line up comes from a range of leading organisations including:

Artur Nagapetyan, Vice President, Head of Compliance and Ethics International Markets, Teva Pharmaceuticals Emanuela Marrone, Group Trade Controls Compliance Manager, Vodafone Group Darren Dunn, Senior Corporate Counsel, EMEA, Salesforce Martins Ogbolu, Group Executive Head of Compliance, Vodacom Harriet Morris-Sloane, Head of AML, AB&C, Fraud and Tax Transparency, Europe, HSBC Sophie Leedham, Director Risk, Compliance & Assurance London Market Account, DXC Technology

This year’s edition of the Economic Crime Prevention Conference will be taking place on 13 – 14 June 2023 in London, United Kingdom.

Register your interest here.

14 Jun

Counter Fraud, Cyber Crime and Forensic Accounting Conference 2023

Richmond Building, University of Portsmouth, England and Online

The 12th annual Counter Fraud, Cybercrime and Forensic Accounting Conference will be a two-day event, held at the University of Portsmouth on Wednesday 14 and Thursday 15 June 2023 from 9:00am – 6.00pm. This year’s conference will be hosted by our new Centre for Cybercrime and Economic Crime, and will feature invited speakers proposing papers to present to fellow practitioners, academics and researching peers.

The aim is to network, share our research and insights into techniques, ideas, or approaches that help to inform fellow scholars and professionals on important debates in the field of cybercrime, economic crime and forensic accounting. The live keynote and plenary sessions will be available for delegates to stream online free of charge, and will also be recorded.


The conference will feature more than 20 speakers commenting on the latest ideas and research in cybercrime and economic crime.

Key speakers will include:

Professor Tom Holt – Michigan State University Abigail Bishop, Head of External Relations, Scam Prevention – Amazon Tim Robinson, Senior Manager – Crowe UK Dr Dimitrios Kafteranis, Assistant Professor in Law at the Centre for Financial and Corporate Integrity – Coventry University Professor Umut Turksen, Professor in Law at the Centre Financial and Corporate Integrity – Coventry University Professor David Wall, Professor of Criminology – University of Leeds

Program (subject to change)

Some of the key and insightful topics that will be discussed will be as follows:

Wednesday, 14 June 2023

Protecting Consumers from Impersonation Scams Money laundering risks, and compliance and law enforcement challenges in relation to non-fungible tokens trade Examining financial and intimate requests in romance fraud Detecting Financial Market Manipulation using AI What is wrong with the audit world? Where are all the Frauditors? Food Fraud during the Pandemic: How did the UK Food Supply Chain Mitigate the Risks? Exploring the consequences for victims of economic cybercrime

Thursday, 15 June 2023

Policing the Alterworld: Reframing international law to address the criminal liability of digital intermediaries for sex trafficking (online) Emerging technologies in the gambling sector: Risks and opportunities for the sector (online) Detecting deception in insurance claims: Using the AIM technique Online Safety Bill: Promoting User Safety The characteristics of serious fraud offending in the UK Challenges of cybersecurity professionals working in small and mid-size companies (online)


For current University of Portsmouth students  – free of charge.

For standard delegates – 14 and 15 June (£100), 14 June only (£75), 15 June only (£75).

For attending online – free of charge.

Join us by booking your place now!

22 Jun

Banking Transformation Summit

London Excel International Convention Centre, United Kingdom

Digital transformation is a journey, not a destination. Banking Transformation Summit provides a holistic, 360 degree view of the banking landscape. Exploring the external factors shifting the market, changing revenue streams, customer expectations and increasing competition; along with internal changes to back office systems; workplace cultures and HR responsibilities.

Integrating new and emerging tech is a crucial step, but financial institutions must also deliver cultural, organisational and operational change in order to meet customer expectations in a digital era. 120 visionary speakers will answer the most pressing industry questions. Network and learn alongside 1,000 colleagues and peers from the banking industry.

No matter where you are on your transformation journey, Banking Transformation Summit provides inspiration and confidence for your next steps.

Themes include:

Digital Transformation for Traditional Banks Customer Experience AI, Data & Automation HR, Culture and the Future of Work Fintech & Partnerships Cloud Native IT & Networks Open & Embedded Finance Cyber Security, Fraud & Identity Devops & Engineering Web3 – Blockchain, Crypto & Metaverses The Future of Banking Payments ESG & Sustainability Diversity & Inclusivity

The Banking Transformation Summit will take place on 22 June, 2023 at the London Excel International Convention Centre. For more info on program, speakers and / or registration, visit their website here:

10 Jul

IIA International Conference 2023

RAI Amsterdam, The Netherlands

The IIA’s 2023 International Conference will set the stage to share new and forward-looking information and leading practices in pursuing excellence in internal audit. As internal auditors increasingly become trusted advisors and an integral part of their organisations, they are compelled to broaden their arsenal of skills. This conference will prepare audit professionals to embrace and learn new technologies and implement new tools and techniques to effectively respond to shifting business and risk landscapes.

At this conference, there will be eight unique streams led by globally recognised industry thought leaders:

Chief Audit Executive Opportunities & Challenges Sessions & Networking Opportunities for Heads of Internal Audit Teams (AT CAPACITY, Waiting List Available). Human Capital & Social Global Perspectives in DEI, Biases, and Culture Topics. Digital & IT Innovation, RPA Solutions, Auditing Biases in AI, Blockchain & Crypto Technologies and Digital Surveillance. Fraud & Crime – Emerging Risks, including: AML, Ransomware, and Fraud Red Flags. Environmental Impact & Considerations – Global Trends in ESG and How to Audit Environmental Impacts. Governance & Leadership – Global Viewpoints on Board & Audit Committee Relationships, Corporate Culture, and Ethics. Risk Management – Discovering Fatal Errors, Managing Risks & Trends, and Arriving at Quality Decisions. Internal Audit Methodologies – Methodology & Process Trends, including: Business Resilience, Agility in Audit, and More.


Some of the speakers that will present at this event are the following:

Benito Ybarra, Chairman of the Global Board, The IIA, Chief Audit and Compliance Officer, Texas Department of Transportation Anthony Pugliese, President and Chief Executive Officer, The IIA Global Headquarters Pav Gill, Chief Legal Officer at Zipmex Joan Pastor, Executive Advisory Services at JPA International, Inc. Ollie Phillips, Founder and Chief Executive Officer at Optimists Performance

Pricing and registration

Member: $1,995

Non-Member: $2,195

The IIA International Conference 2023 wil begin fro July 10 – 12 2023 at RAI Amsterdam. If you would like more information on this event, please visit the IIA’s official website.

18 Sep


Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Canada

Sibos is the world’s premier financial services event. Sibos is the annual conference, exhibition and networking event organised by SWIFT for the financial industry. What started out as a banking operations seminar in 1978, has grown into the premier business forum for the global financial community to debate and collaborate in the areas of payments, securities, cash management and trade.

Following on from two successful events in 2011 and 2017, Toronto will once again host Sibos from 18 to 21 September 2023.

The Sibos community will come together at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, located in the heart of downtown Toronto and within the city’s vibrant business and entertainment core.

Toronto is the hub of Canada’s financial sector and the one of the largest financial centres in North America. With a wealth of banking and financial institutions and a flourishing fintech hotspot, Toronto is an ideal venue for Sibos 2023.

For more info on the next edition of SIBOS, click here.

07 Nov

Whistleblowing 2023

The Hague University of Applied Sciences

The Hague in the Netherlands will host the first large-scale and truly international gathering of whistleblower protection practitioners and experts. With new whistleblower laws and regulations being passed daily, the demand for caseworkers is growing in size and urgency. More than a conference, Whistleblowing 2023 will mark the advent of the whistleblower protection profession.

This conference will benefit professionals who interact most directly with whistleblowers: • compliance and human resources staff • attorneys • anti-corruption, ombudsman and other public officials • NGOs and advocates

Meeting in a relaxed environment conducive for innovation and spontaneity, you will develop successful strategies and skills to protect witnesses from retaliation, manage whistleblower cases, investigate corruption and misconduct, and achieve justice and impact. Attendees will engage in inquiry-based exercises to draw out creative solutions ready for their own use.

Whistleblowing 2023 will be held 7-8 November at The Hague University of Applied Sciences. For information and contacts, please see: