The ACAMS FinTech and Crypto Summit, now in its 4th year, will be held in Austin, TX starting on June 27th. This training and networking event aims to provide guidance to anti-financial crime professionals in the FinTech and cryptoasset industries. The summit will cover a range of topics including money laundering, terrorism financing, sanctions evasion, and fraud prevention. Participants will have the opportunity to hear from leading experts from regulatory bodies such as the U.S. Treasury Department, SEC, and NYSDFS, as well as industry stakeholders including Coinbase, Stripe, and PayPal.

The keynote address will be delivered by David Hirsch, Chief of the Crypto Asset and Cyber Unit at the SEC, and there will also be a fireside chat with Peter Maron, Deputy Superintendent of the Virtual Currency, Research & Innovation Division at the NYSDFS. The summit will feature special presentations from Seoyoung Kim, Associate Professor of Finance at Santa Clara University, and Jason Foye, Senior Director of the Special Investigations Unit at FINRA.

The event aims to help FinTech and cryptoasset companies navigate evolving AFC regulations and industry expectations. ACAMS CEO Scott Liles emphasizes the importance of understanding and complying with these regulations in order to thrive in the years ahead. He encourages attendees to take advantage of the practical steps and insights offered at the summit.

For more information about the ACAMS FinTech and Crypto Summit, including registration details, visit the event website. Members of the media who wish to attend can email their request directly to Lashvinder Kaur.

About ACAMS: ACAMS is an international membership organization dedicated to providing AFC professionals with education, best practices, and networking opportunities. With over 100,000 members across 180 jurisdictions, ACAMS is committed to ending financial crime through knowledge-sharing, thought leadership, risk-mitigation services, and public-private dialogue. ACAMS offers certifications for AFC professionals, sanctions professionals, and AFC practitioners in the crypto space. Additionally, ACAMS has over 60 chapters globally that further promote their mission through training and networking initiatives.