Government Focus: Fostering Public/Private Partnerships While Upholding Data Privacy Laws
The more the merrier — especially when it comes to fighting financial crime. To leverage resources and foster investigative capacity, the Canadian government has increased its emphasis on public/private partnerships (PPPs). An example: The creation of the AML Action, Coordination and Enforcement (ACE) Fusion Team within Public Safety Canada. The ACE team comprises members from RCMP, FINTRAC, CRA, Public Safety, PSPC and OSFI, working together with private sector players to counter money laundering in Canada. However, leaders in the public sector must ensure that data sharing and investigations are compliant with privacy protection laws. In this webinar, our experts dive into the challenges government personnel face with public-private partnerships, information sharing and data privacy.