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BAFT Global Annual Meeting – The Americas
04/30/2017 - 05/03/2017
CCAA is pleased to share information on an upcoming event hosted by our partners at BAFT, The Bankers Association for Finance and Trade. Please refer to the event details below for more information on the program topics, speakers, and opportunities to participate.
CCAA Members are eligible for BAFT member prices. If you have any questions, please contact CCAA at (202) 464-2031 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Global Annual Meeting – The Americas
Rise to A New Era
April 30 – May 3, 2017
Turnberry Isle Miami
The BAFT Global Annual Meeting – The Americas is back in Miami, FL from April 30 – May 3. The Annual Meeting attracts 400+ senior transaction bankers, consulting and technology firms, corporates, government and other stakeholders from over 100+ organizations. It continues to deliver on its strengths of quality programming and showcasing industry thought leaders. Plus, we are once again carving out dedicated bilateral meeting times throughout the conference, a key event offering the Annual Meeting has been known for and much anticipated by attendees.
Sally Yearwood, CCAA’s Executive Director will be speaking as one of the panelists in the de-risking session on Monday, May 1 to offer her perspectives on its effects to the Caribbean market. The session will cover the economic and social impact of de-risking; its impact to small/medium sized banks and emerging markets; plus re-risking those that have been de-risked.
Register Now! Early registration ends Friday, March 17.
Special offer: BAFT is offering an all-day Financial Crime Compliance – North America on Wednesday, May 3 in conjunction with the Global Annual Meeting. BAFT Members attending the full conference just adds $200 more to their full conference registration to attend this special deep dive workshop. Topics covered include customer due diligence, correspondent banking, transaction monitoring and sanctions, and will be led by Alma Angotti, a well-known anti-money laundering expert, formerly from FinCEN, SEC and FINRA.