Built on a legacy that spans more than 35 years, FIBA is a non-prot association and international center for nancial excellence.
The Florida-based, and globally connected, organizations membership includes the largest nancial institutions from Europe, the United States, Latin America and the Caribbean.
Certication programs, in person educational sessions and online training that help professionals stay up to date on
Advocacy eorts that serve as a collective voice among local, national and international regulators, policy makers and stakeholders
Industry recognition among a reputable roster of global members as well as inuential non-members who support international trade and nance
Personal connections and professional networking opportunities with industry leaders to share the latest in best practices and resources
High-level conferences and events focused on anti-money laundering, trade nance, wealth management and more
WHAT SETS FIBA APART?
A N I N T E R N AT I O N A L C E N T E RF O R F I N A N C I A L E X C E L L E N C E
P R O F E S S I O N A L A D V A N C E M E N T A N D C O M P L I A N C E T R A I N I N G
PROVEN CENTER OF EXCELLENCE
With over 6,000 alumni worldwide, FIBA is thesource for the latest information concerningtrends and best practices in the nancial services industry.
AMLCA & CPAML Certications
AML/CFT Risk Assessment
Certicate & Workshop
Correspondent Banking AML Certicate
Private Banking AML Certicate
International Trade Finance Certicate
FATCA Workshop & Training
Managers, CEOs & Directors AML Certicate
Broker/Dealer AML Certicate
TRAINING FOR THE FUTURE
The evolution of regulatory requirements,oversight and nes being levied have dramatically transformed the role of executives within the Anti-Money Laundering, Wealth Management and International Trade functions. FIBA follows a carefully planned program to provide the candidate with a holistic view; as it applies to the various departments within the institution where they work.
A Global Center of Excellence
OR FINANCIAL EDUCATION
U P C O M I N G C O N F E R E N C E S
3rd FIBA Wealth Management ForumLeading practitioners in private banking and wealth management, solution providers and industry specialists will convene once againand bring the key players together to network and share best practices.October 1-2, 2015 | Miami, FLwww.bawealthmanagement.com
49th FELABAN Annual AssemblyOrganized by FIBALatin Americas largest and most prestigious international networking forum for senior banking professionals.November 14-17, 2015 | Miami, FLwww.asambleaanual.com
16th FIBA Anti Money Laundering Compliance Conference The industrys premier gathering place of the most senior compliance executives and leading solution providers. The lineup of key topics guarantees a wealth of practical advice delivered by industry leaders of the most inuential companies.March 7-9, 2016 | Miami, FLwww.baaml.com
32nd FELABAN-FIBA CLACE 2016Latin American Conference on Foreign TradeThe conference is expected to attract over 450 participants, mainly bankers from Latin America, North America and Europe.CLACE has established itself in the nancial sector as one of the most prestigious and respected events on foreign trade in theLatin American community.May 22-24, 2016 | Miami, FLwww.felabanclace.com
31st CELAES 2016 Bank Security ConferenceCELAES 2016 will focus on the latest banking security trends, new developments and innovations. Key experts and industry leaders will present case studies and panel discussions on how security innovation and new trends can be applied to solve the day to day problems Financial Institutions face today.October 2016 | Miami, FLwww.felabancelaes.com