Naomi Fowler ■ The 3rd International Conference on Beneficial Ownership Registries, Argentina
The 3rd International Conference on Beneficial Ownership Registries will take place in Buenos Aires on June 21st-22nd at Argentina’s Central Bank. It is co-hosted by TJN with Fundacion SES, Argentina’s AML Prosecutor (PROCELAC), the Anti-Corruption Agency and Security Ministry. We blogged about this event last year here and we’ll report back to you once again this year on the highlights.
On this year’s agenda for discussion will be the international context in this area, recent EU developments, Latin America developments and progress, and new risks including Argentina’s new company law for the creation of companies in 24 hours with bank account and a Tax Identification Number (TIN), developments around bitcoins.
The discussions will involve experts from Argentina’s commercial registry, tax authority, financial intelligence unit, real estate registry, securities exchange commission, GAFILAT (AML) – Latin America’s FATF (Financial Action Task Force on Anti-Money Laundering), the Foreign Ministry, the Ministry of Security, the Anti-corruption agency, law firms, media, and civil society organisations.
The agenda (in Spanish) is available here.
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