Date 6 May 2021
Time 17:00–19:00 CET
Registration link https://www.mitcentre.com/book-now/290/291
This session will explore the potential of Blockchain technology in assisting subject persons to comply with their AML/CFT obligations. It will also deal with the risks associated with the same.
Understanding the risks and rewards of Blockchain technology.
Directors of subject persons; compliance officers; MLRO; advisors to subject persons.
Dr Diane Bugeja
Trainer bio and experience
Diane is a Senior Associate at Camilleri Preziosi and practices primarily in financial services law, financial regulation and anti-money laundering regulation, providing advice to local and overseas clients on the impact of the current and forthcoming regulatory regime on their business models. Diane also advises clients on the regulatory aspects of a wide range of transactions, including licensing-related matters, capital markets initiatives and on-going liaison with regulatory authorities more broadly.
Diane joined the firm as an Associate in 2016 and was promoted to Senior Associate in January 2017. She was previously a risk and regulatory consultant at a Big Four audit firm, working in Malta and in London, and subsequently joined the enforcement departments of the UK and Maltese financial services regulators. Diane successfully completed her PhD in Law in 2017 and her research focused on the mis-selling of complex investment products to commercial retail investors.
She is a visiting lecturer at the University of Malta and is regularly invited to speak at conferences and deliver seminars on various aspects of financial services law and financial crime.