#InPictures: A&L Goodbody welcomes over 1,000 to corporate crime summit

#InPictures: A&L Goodbody welcomes over 1,000 to corporate crime summit

Pictured (left-right): Seana Cunningham, director of enforcement and anti-money laundering at the Central Bank of Ireland; Kenan Furlong, partner at A&L Goodbody; Patrick Lordan, head of the Garda National Economic Crime Bureau and the Irish Financial Intelligence Unit; and Ian Drennan, CEO of the Corporate Enforcement Authority

Over 1,000 people from corporate Ireland participated in A&L Goodbody’s Corporate Crime and Regulation Summit yesterday.

The summit, which has taken place every year since 2019, brings together leading experts, regulators, law enforcement officials and business leaders to discuss key issues and new developments in corporate crime and regulation.

Key speakers at this year’s event included Seana Cunningham, director of enforcement and anti-money laundering at the Central Bank of Ireland; D─ürta Tentere, the Russia sanctions coordinator in the European Commission’s directorate-general for financial stability, financial services and capital markets union (DG FISMA); Ian Drennan, chief executive of the Corporate Enforcement Authority; and Patrick Lordan, head of the Garda National Economic Crime Bureau and the Irish Financial Intelligence Unit.

Kenan Furlong, partner in ALG’s disputes and investigations group, said: “We were delighted to bring together such an impressive selection of key-topic experts and leading industry professionals for our 2022 Corporate Crime and Regulation Summit.

“Now in its fourth year, we are proud that the event has become such an important date in the diary for Ireland’s corporate counsel and risk and compliance professionals. It’s important that we have a forum for people in the industry to share knowledge and best practice to help support the business sector in a rapidly changing environment.”

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