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AFB Seminar: Understanding the UK’s New ‘Failure to Prevent Fraud’ Offence and What It Means for Your Business
AFB will partner with Squire Patton Boggs for an in-person seminar focussed on the ‘Failure to prevent fraud’ offence under the Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Act (ECCTA).  
AFB Seminar: Digitising Global Trade & Supply Chains – The Electronic Trade Documents Act (2023) and the Adoption of Digital Negotiable Instruments
AFB is delighted to partner with Sullivan & Worcester and Arqit for a seminar on the recently enacted Electronic Trade Documents Act 2023 (ETDA), and the resulting opportunities for banks to use Digital Negotiable Instruments (DNIs) in trade and supply chain finance.
AFB’s Annual General Meeting 2024
After 10 years serving on the AFB Board and 6 years as AFB’s Chair, Bill Smith will step down at this AGM. As a thank you for all his hard work and support over the years, we will hold a drinks and networking reception following the AGM. We hope that you will be able to join us for this well-deserved celebration.
AFB Practice Roundtable: The New Prudential, Regulatory and Supervisory Requirements for Third Country Branches Under CRD VI
AFB is partnering with A&O Shearman for a second in-person roundtable discussion on the EU Capital Requirements Directive VI (CRD VI).
AFB Seminar: Regulatory Oversight of AI in the UK – Impact for Banks
AFB, in partnership with BCLP, has organised a seminar to examine the current regulatory framework for AI, with a specific focus on the impact for the UK banking sector.
AFB Practice Workshop: Mind the Gap – The Pitfalls of Weak Trade Finance Controls
This in-person workshop, in partnership with Guidehouse, will examine real-life scenarios faced by banks providing trade finance services, and consider where shortcomings in financial crime controls may fail to prevent the potential facilitation of illicit activities.  
AFB Practice Workshop: How can Banks Measure and Monitor Culture, Diversity and Inclusion?
This interactive practice workshop, in partnership with BDO LLP, will help AFB members understand the importance of culture and D&I in the regulatory context.  It will help delegates learn how to establish effective culture and D&I frameworks, as well as highlight how banks can measure and monitor culture and D&I using employee data and management information.  
Climate Risk Certificate
The AFB is proud to partner with the Chartered Banker Institute to offer AFB members the opportunity to study the Certificate in Climate Risk, which has been developed jointly with the Chartered Body Alliance.