CAMLI CAMLI is a Canadian compliance education and resource forum for anti-money laundering compliance professionals. We develop and recognize through professional designations the knowledge, skills, and leadership required to manage money laundering and terrorist financing risks.
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15.10.2020
The presentation topic will be Board of Directors – AML/CTF Oversight Reporting and will include a brief presentation by Linda Sowles of Integris Credit Union, followed by time for a Q&A and discussion period.
Linda Sowles is the Manager of Risk and Compliance for Integris Credit Union and has been in the role of CAMLO for the past 17 years. Linda holds both a CAMLI Practicing Specialist and Canadian Risk Management designation. With the ever evolving AML/CTF landscape Linda is passionate about building relationships within the compliance community and sharing best practices.
The presentation will be recorded and posted to the Member's section on www.camli.org for later viewing. The discussion period will not be recorded or shared to enable open sharing and protect privacy.
These sessions will be open only to current CAMLI members and will be limited to 30 participants to enable discussion. You will receive confirmation after you register that you are one of the first 30 to register. All others will be put onto a waiting list.
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