Risk mitigation, the event at the Generali Tower
Organised by the Group’s Compliance and Anti Financial Crime Functions, the conference provided an opportunity to share best practices with peers and experts on international sanctions, especially referring to risk mitigation and presidia
Sharing best practices on risk mitigation: that was the goal of the event organised by Generali’s Compliance and Anti Financial Crime Functions, titled “International Sanctions: Impacts on the financial sector”, which took place on May 18th at the Generali Tower in Milan. It was also an opportunity to explore the main issues related to the topic and share knowledge with peers and experts.
“Fighting financial crime is an integral part of Generali’s role as a global corporate citizen,” said Generali Group CEO Philippe Donnet, who intervened through a video message to explain Generali’s commitment to “protecting our Group and its stakeholders and the trust-based relationships we have established within our communities as part of our greater social role within society.”
Chairman Andrea Sironi also spoke during the event, emphasising the Group Board of Director’s strong commitment with respect to the importance of compliance with external regulations. He also highlighted the importance of regular training and a strong and open relationship between Business and Control Functions.
Following their introductions, Group Chief Anti Financial Crime Officer Michele Valeriani shared his perspectives together with some of the main European experts on the topic, including Carlo Appetiti, Standing Statury Auditor – BPER Banca Spa; Raffaele Cosimo, Global Head Anti Financial Crime Intesa San Paolo; and George Voloshin, ACAMS, Global Expert Anti Financial Crime.