Training Session on Transaction Monitoring (Targeted at Credit and Financial Institutions)
Corinthia Hotel, St George’s Bay, St Julian’s, STJ 3301
The Financial Intelligence Analysis Unit (FIAU), in collaboration with the Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA), is organising a full day, in-person training session on transaction monitoring. This event is of particular interest to subject persons which process payments for and on behalf of customers, including but not limited to, banks and other depository institutions, electronic money (e-money) institutions, payment service providers (PSPs), and merchant acquiring companies.
The training session will be delivered in-person (live) and is limited to 150 participants. To accommodate as many subject persons as possible, we kindly request that each entity registers a maximum of two participants.
Date: 6th June 2023
Time: 08:00 – 17:00
Location: Corinthia Hotel, St George’s Bay, St Julian’s, STJ 3301
Fee: €110 (inc. coffee breaks and stand-up lunch)
CPE Hours: Applicable
The training session is intended to provide subject persons with a detailed understanding of the obligation of transaction scrutiny and equip them with practical guidance on carrying out effective transaction monitoring. The training will cover various areas, including the implementation of effective transaction monitoring measures and systems, the establishment and testing of detection rules, the management of alerts, as well as pre- and post-transaction monitoring. The agenda below provides an overview of the topics that will be covered.
The session will be interactive, featuring case studies and a panel discussion. The panel will include professionals from both the private sector and regulatory authorities, who will share their experiences, discuss challenges faced, and provide best practices for effective transaction monitoring.
Certificates of attendance will be emailed to all participants.
*Kindly note that photographs may be taken during the event and subsequently published on social media platforms and websites. By registering, you consent to the use of such media.