Reda Bedjaoui In Attendance at the 2019 FIBA AML Compliance Conference in Miami, FL

CEO of Redbed Investments, Reda Bedjaoui was able to network and exchange with key compliance minded experts, while sampling the newest KYC and Sanctions screening tools in display by leading Finch firms.

The 17th annual Florida International Bankers Association Inc. (FIBA) AML Compliance Conference took place at the Intercontinental Miami in the heart of Miami, FL. with investment expert Reda Bedjaoui in attendance. The event, which is the biggest of its kind in the nation, brought banks together with regulators for three days of open dialogue and problem- solving in a progressive atmosphere. Bedjaoui, the CEO of Redbed Investments, was able to network and exchange with key compliance minded experts, while sampling the newest KYC and Sanctions screening tools in display by leading Finch firms.

Before discussing the event, Reda Bedjaoui explained that FIBA is a non-profit trade association that was founded in 1979. Its membership features the largest financial institutions in the world, including more than 70 foreign and domestic banks. Being composed of members from leading nations across the globe, the organization’s primary focus is Latin America trade finance, international correspondent banking and international wealth management/private banking services for non-US residents. FIBA works closely with FELABAN, the Federation of Latin American Banks, which represents over 600 financial institutions, to provide specialized AML certification and training to industry practitioners. As a leading trade organization focused on international banking and finance, FIBA frequently meets with regulators in Washington, submits comment letters and positions papers, and is one of the most respected voices in the industry.

At the AML Compliance Conference in Miami, Bedjaoui was among the 1,400 participants in attendance from over 200 financial services companies. Over the course of three days, he contributed with other experts to conversations on the ways AML compliance and Bank Secrecy Act requirements impact the financial industry. Panel discussions covered topics including what’s new on the AML landscape, different compliance technologies, non-bank relationships, enforcement actions and more. David Schwartz, president and CEO of FIBA, which is based in Miami, commented on the importance of the event to the South Florida Business Journal: “It brings together the regulators on one side, who can discuss what their expectations are, and the banks on the other side, talking about how they are trying to comply and how daunting a task it is. The big strength of this conference is that you have such a diverse group in an open dialogue, and everyone is interested in finding practical solutions.”

Reda Bedjaoui is the CEO of Redbed Investments, an investment firm offering expertise in futures and options trading and private equity. Prior to founding his own firm, Bedjaoui solidified his reputation as a leading real estate investor and developer with successful ventures in the North America, the United Kingdom and the Middle East. His business acumen, particularly in connection to start-ups and joint ventures, has resulted in successful enterprises in sectors ranging from beverages to financial technology.

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