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IEEE Denver CIR – Anti Money Laundering in Distributed Ledger Technology
June 28 @ 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Co-sponsored by: James Gowans
Anti Money Laundering in Distributed Ledger Technology – Cross Border Alliance
Nontrade financial transactions that cross a border and do not route through traditional banking channels provoke economic instability in a given country. However, the rise of transaction laundering into prominence demanded strict banking regulatory enforcement action. The high banking transaction cost and rigidity of the Anti-Money Laundering (AML) governance structure are the impetus of business users to seek alternative operations. Stealthy shadow banks are persistent as a medium for money laundering, corruption, and terrorism financing for a cyber attack against existing transaction systems. This presentation will identify the detection and investigation of transaction laundering to combat terrorism financing and corruption. We will use the whole of government approach to support AML activities by deploying distributed ledger technology across existing services to significantly improve foreign exchange earnings of countries. Please join us!
Speaker(s): Hussien Hassen,
Bldg: Ritchie School of Engineering
2155 East Wesley Avenue