21 July 2014 – Prepaid International Forum (PIF) in reponse to strong industry demand has created a one day training workshop for PIF members and all interested parties.
This highly interactive workshop is designed to provide participants with a good working understanding of the prepaid sector; the contributors that make up its infrastructure, from issuers to ID suppliers to card manufacturers; and the rules and regulations which govern the environment.
Date: Thursday 11 September 2014 Location: Central London Duration: 1 Day
WHO WILL THE WORKSHOP BENEFIT?
- Staff with fraud, risk and compliance duties who are new to the industry
- Staff performing other business functions, e.g. finance, sales & marketing, who may be new to the industry and would benefit from a working understanding of the sector
- Individuals or organisations interested in working in the sector
- Individuals or organisations outside the sector who want to gain an understanding of the industry
Part 1 – The Prepaid Value Chain An introductory overview of how prepaid works in the real world
- Industry participants including issuers, processors and card schemes
- How the component parts come together to create the value chain
- Benefits to consumers and suppliers
- Case studies
Part 2 – Regulatory Environment A general overview of the current regulatory environment within the European Union and how relevant legislation is communicated and enforced, including:
- Background of Payment Services Regulations, E-Money Regulations and related Directives
- Regulatory structure within the EU
- Responsibilities of a regulated business
- Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) involvement and interaction
Part 3 – Corporate Governance and Senior Management Systems & Controls A breakdown of the required structure, controls, oversight and reporting a regulated business must have in place, including:
- Organisational framework
- Reporting requirements & communication with the FCA
- Control structure requirements and oversight
- Risk management
Part 4 – Financial Crime A summary of the current legislation regarding financial crime and the related regulatory requirements, including:
- Overview and implementation of required controls
- Relevant legislation:
- Anti-Money Laundering
- Data Protection Act
- Treating Customers Fairly/Complaints Handling
- Statutory training obligations in a regulated business
Highly respected within the e-money and payments markets, Joy has over 20 years experience within financial services, specialising in fraud, AML and risk. She has a passion for engaging others on these issues and guiding them to success and understanding and, through this, has gained a reputation for providing practical advice and solutions to businesses in these sectors.
Having worked for a UK bank in their Financial Crime Unit and Group Compliance, Joy moved to Head of Financial Crime and Compliance/MLRO for one of the UK’s leading prepaid card programmes, successfully supporting their programme managers and growth for six years before joining Neopay.
She has specific expertise in AML obligations (UK/European) and the UK regulatory framework as well as AML training compilation and delivery and, as such, she has led AML Workshops to Crime Prevention Agencies and been a speaker at various events for BSA; ID providers and monitoring system providers.
Joy has worked both as an external advisor and within successful e-money businesses running their compliance and risk function. She has extensive understanding of business requirements in the implementation and integration of compliance.
WORKSHOP PRICING & REGISTRATION
£295 + VAT per person. PIF members qualify for one free place for every paid place.
To book a place on this workshop please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on +44 (0) 7736 971986 for further details. Due to the interactive nature of this workshop places are limited.