Proposed Changes to FATF Guidelines around Virtual Assets
Toronto Compliance & AML Events (TCAE) is excited to announce Roundtable on Proposed Changes to FATF Guidelines around Virtual Assets
About this Event
TCAE is excited to invite an all-star panel consisting of Amber D. Scott of Outlier Solutions, Danielle Jukes of FINTRAIL, Dev Odedra of “The Laundy” and Ari Redbord of TRM Labs to discuss the proposed changes to FATF guidelines around Virtual Assets (VA) and Virtual Asset Service Providers (VASP). The event will be hosted by our very own crypto-guru, Stephen Brent Sargeant. The panelists will highlight the broadened scope of the draft guideline and its impact on the entire crypto ecosystem. Are you wondering how cryptocurrency, smart contracts and DeFi are going to change the AML and regulatory landscape around the world? Have you always wanted to build on your traditional skills and get a better understanding of cryptocurrency and blockchain as it intersects with Compliance and Sanctions? For those that are looking for an opportunity to transition their career into a FINTECH, Cryptocurrency or the blockchain, this is the best way to understand how the proposed changes by FATF could affect your jurisdiction’s regulatory framework. Learning Outcomes
- Proposed changes to the definition of Virtual Assets (VA) and Virtual Asset Service Providers (VASP)
- Regulatory expectations for a range of ecosystem participants – DeFi, DApps, Lightning Nodes, Stablecoins, Hosting Service Providers, Hardware Wallet Manufacturers etc.
- Industry feedback about the proposed changes
- Potential impacts on Canadian regulatory landscape following FATF’s final publication