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Exchange Bank of Canada at the AML Shop Invitational Conference 2019

Ryan March 28th, 2019
Exchange Bank of Canada at the AML Shop Invitational Conference 2019

Exchange Bank of Canada at the AML Shop Invitational Conference 2019

Source: www.theamlshop.ca


Exchange Bank of Canada (EBC) is excited to announce Jeremy Hill, Director, Business Development, Foreign Exchange Specialist will attend as a guest speaker at The AML Shop Invitational Conference on April 10 in Toronto. 

The conference aims to bring together the very best talent, leadership and industry ideas for advanced Anti-Money Laundering (AML), Counter Terrorist Financing (CTF) sanctions, compliance, and risk management. 


Conference details

The Fermenting Cellar 
28 Distillery Lane, Toronto, ON M5A 3C4, Canada
Wednesday, April 10, 2019
10:30 AM to 11:30 PM EST



During MSBs and Banking Bonus Session 6, Jeremy Hill will represent Exchange Bank of Canada and cover Shifting Gears Rather than Shifting Risk: Providing Financial Services to MSBs, PSPs, and CRBs. See the full agenda


Thought leadership

Exchange Bank of Canada understands the importance in providing high quality solutions to Money Services Businesses by providing businesses with robust risk management and top of the line compliance management systems.  

Join us at the conference and we will help your business uncover all of the unknown ways to easily identify and create foreign exchange solutions by delivering a best practices approach through unparalleled customer service and integrated technology.


Dedication to regulatory compliance

Exchange Bank of Canada has implemented a regulatory compliance risk management program, incorporating the continuous development and maintenance of robust policies, guidelines, training and risk-assessment tools and models, to ensure compliance with applicable regulatory requirements.

EBC is committed to operating its business in compliance with applicable regulatory requirements. The Bank has established a regulatory compliance framework, which establishes the structures, processes and other key control elements used to manage and mitigate regulatory compliance risk inherent in EBC’s business.



About Exchange Bank of Canada
Exchange Bank of Canada (EBC) is a Schedule 1 bank based in Toronto, Canada. EBC specializes in foreign exchange services and international payments providing a wide range of services to financial institutions and corporations, including banknote foreign currency exchange, travelers' cheques, foreign currency cheque clearing, foreign currency bank drafts, Global EFT and international wire transfers through the use of EBC's innovative EBCFX web-based FX software www.ebcfx.com.


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