FOR FINANCIAL PROFESSIONALS
The Gold Coast Association for Financial Professionals (GCAFP) is a non-profit professional organization serving members from leading companies and financial institutions in Broward and Palm Beach counties for the past 32 years. GCAFP is a regional affiliate of the national Association for Financial Professionals ("AFP").
Gold Coast AFP Event I Wednesday, April 25 I 11:30 a.m.
Signature Grand - Davie, FL
MISSION & VISION
Our mission is to enhance and promote the value of the Treasury/Finance profession in the local market by providing quality continuing education for our members and an active exchange of best practices and industry trends among a local peer networking group.
Our vision for the Gold Coast AFP is to be recognized and respected among Certified Treasury Professionals and general practitioners in South Florida. We strive for excellence in our programming to provide our members with the best in professional development and networking opportunities.
The Gold Coast Association for Financial Professionals (GCAFP) sponsors various events and meetings that are designed to contribute to the professional development of its members. In addition to our local events, our members qualify to attend the annual National AFP Conference being held in Orlando, Florida.
GOLD COAST EVENT
April 25, 2018 | Davie, FL
Bank Secrecy Act:
Overview, Impact and Proposed Changes
It could be said that BSA, as it exists today, may be driving legitimate customers out of the banking system. This engaging session will provide an overview, the impact of BSA rules and proposed changes by the Financial Services Committee. Our speaker will also share his experience and main points of his testimony on the matter before Congress.
GOLD COAST EVENT
February 22, 2018 | Davie, FL
How well does your BSA & AML policies hold?
A panel discussion with FBI & Financial Professionals
In the world of digitization and automation, processes are effective, efficient and fast. The challenge now becomes, how good is your data and are your policies aligned with how you check the data. You could have the most current BSA and AML policies but policies can only be as good as the validation sources used and the data you are validating against.