Webinar

Fortifying your defence against financial crime amidst the COVID-19 crisis

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About the webinar

On March 10 the European Banking Federation (EBF) published a blueprint entitled “Lifting The Spell of Dirty Money”. The report identifies four priorities that need to be addressed. In concrete terms, the EBF suggests to:

  • HARMONISE the EU AML framework and strengthen its risk-based nature;
  • EMPOWER EU/EEA-wide supervision and law enforcement by strengthening the institutional architecture;
  • Enable all parties to effectively COOPERATE and share information;
  • BE SMARTER by leveraging new tools and technologies that can enhance the due diligence process.

In this session, we will be joined by Senior Policy Advisor Roger Kaiser, to discuss how the Covid-19 pandemic affects the recommendations from the EBF.

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About the Expert


Roger Kaiser
Senior Policy Advisor
Tax & Compliance, European Banking Federation

Roger Kaiser has 30 years of experience in taxation, mostly in international finance and public affairs, and in Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and financial reporting.

After serving the Belgian Internal Revenue Service for 7 years, as Head of the Taxation Unit for Brussels' financial intermediaries and as Adviser to the Directorate General for Corporate Taxation, he joined the European Banking Federation (EBF) in 1999 where he has been charged with the work-streams on taxation, AML and compliance, and the internal audit function.

He currently represents European banks in international expert groups, public-private partnerships and coalitions including:

  • Tax and Financial Crime WGs of the International Banking Federation (IBFed)
  • Tax Committee and Common Reporting Standard Group of Business at OECD (BIAC)
  • Governance Committee of the Europol Financial Intelligence Public Private Partnership
  • Global Coalition against Financial Crime.

He has a Master’s Degree in Business Engineering, a Master’s Degree in Taxation, and a Post-Graduate Degree in European Tax Law. He is also a Certified Tax Accountant.

He is the author of books and numerous articles on taxation and AML, has lectured “tax and crime” at the University of Lausanne, and regularly speaks at international conferences and public hearings.  He is a member of the editorial team of the Revue Fiscalité des Placements.


Frits Fraase Storm
Senior Business Solutions Manager,
Global Banking Compliance Team

Frits passionately dedicates a large part of his working career fighting Financial Crime across EMEA, USA, Canada and Asia Pacific.   

He has over 15 years’ experience in combatting anti money laundering. Frits currently is based in Portugal. Prior to that he was working in APAC region for 7 years based out of Hong Kong and China. Prior to joining SAS he managed large global anti money laundering projects for financial institutions. Before dedicating his career to fight against money laundering Frits was a senior manager at EY in the Netherlands.   

With a strong compliance and financial crimes background Frits supports global opportunities in AML across all financial sectors and is a speaker at various Financial Crime events globally, discussing topics around global best practices in AML, regional trends and future directions. He meets on a regular basis with various country regulators and global advisory firms discussing upcoming trends in compliance.   

Frits attained his degree in Applied Business Informatics. He is a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS).

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