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THESE ARE SOME OF THE TOPICS TO BE DISCUSSED AT THE XXVIII HEMISPHERIC CONGRESS FOR THE PREVENTION OF MONEY LAUNDERING, FINANCING OF TERRORISM AND THE PROLIFERATION OF TERRORISM. 

WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION.

New five-year term of government - Panama's challenge to stay off international discriminatory lists
(money laundering and international tax cooperation).

Model validation and monitoring of expected customer behavior.

Typologies of tax evasion. Knowing its evolution, actors and elements before the reality of new
technologies.

Digital asset as legal tender - Experience of El Salvador.

Explanation of the risks of the crime of money laundering in terms of: Participation in, association with or conspiracy to commit, attempting, aiding, and abetting, facilitating and counselling the commission of the offence.

Final Rule on beneficial ownership reporting to FINCEN: Challenges in its implementation.

Virtual Assets from a Stock Market Perspective - TYPOLOGY OF THE CASES OCCURRED.

Export control measures for dual-use goods established by the Republic of Panama.

Digital signature and voice consent as a valid instrument for due diligence in the financial system.

Criteria for designing appropriate and effective measures against the threat to international peace and
security caused by the proliferation of nuclear, chemical, biological weapons and their means of delivery.

The main risks of artificial intelligence from the point of view of criminal law, with a focus on the crime of money laundering.

Traditional Banking System vs Fintech (Financial Technology) - Coexistence and Transformation.

Risks assumed by financial intermediaries using instant payments and non-bank international payment
methods.

What are the extraterritorial effects and scope of the U.S. Anti-Money Laundering Act (AMLA) and the U.S. Foreign Extortion Prevention Act (FEPA)?

The risks of tax evasion, OFAC, UN, CISADA and Section 311 list to which actors in the international supply chain are exposed.

Human trafficking money through cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology.

The risks assumed by the Risk Units and Internal Auditors in terms of controls proportional to the risk of
Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Proliferation.

The route of dirty corruption money through a complex network of shell companies, tax havens and
financial capitals that have made it difficult to trace.

The Prevention of Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Proliferation is not departmental, it is
institutional - Lessons learned.

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