October 25, 2019
October to Remember
The Jamaica Institute of Financial Services is the premier reference point for professional development in banking and finance. This month we celebrate our heroes, we hosted our Annual Anti-money Laundering Conference and Post Conference Workshop in collaboration with the Jamaica Bankers Association.

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Upcoming Events
We are almost at the end of 2019 and our development calendar for the year. We would like to thank you for your support and partnership thus far.

The following events are on our agenda:

Credit Assessment Techniques workshop - November 6-7, 2019

Fashion n Finance for a Cause - Finance Club Event (Invitation Only) - November 21, 2019

Identifying Digital Documents Seminar - December 4th, 2019
Looking Back to Look Forward
October 21, Jamaica celebrated National Heroes Day, in honor of the 1 heroine and 6 heroes that are recognized for their contribution to our national development.
Heroes who were not comfortable with how things were and decided to do something to create change.

How has Jamaica's financial system changed, where are we heading?

Read The Historical Development of Jamaica's Financ ial System we would love to hear your opinions, follow us on Facebook to be part of the conversation.

The Price to be Paid for Weak Anti-money Laundering Processes
Forex firm hit with record £7.8m fine by HMRC for...

West London money transmitter Touma Foreign Exchange has been fined a record £7.8m by HMRC for breaching anti-money laundering regulations. The taxman said today it fined the Greenford-based firm "for breaching strict regulations, which could...

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Compliance: Navigating the Digital Landscape
The 8th Annual Anti-money Laundering Conference and Post Conference Workshop held October 8th-10th at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel, saw over 200 professionals from the banking, finance and other impacted industries in Jamaica and the region engaged in 2 day intense and enriching professional development experience.

Over 16 presenters delivered cutting edge presentations on various issues such as considerations for the MSBs; the links between bribery, corruption and money laundering; how to manage AML Regulations in a group to name a few.

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There is nothing to fear when you are prepared!

Jamaica Institute of Financial Services offers multiple programmes aimed at professionally developing your Compliance career.