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Sponsor an ACAMS New York Chapter Virtual Currency Event 

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Reach the Members — and Over 7,000 Local AML Professionals — of the First and Largest ACAMS Chapter

The ACAMS New York Chapter will be hosting a series of virtual currency events during calendar year 2019 and would like to extend a unique sponsorship offer to you. The typical event sponsorship requires one event sponsor to cover the full cost of the facilities as well as refreshments for post-event networking. Sponsors in return will receive full event marketing, including email communications, LinkedIn posts, prominence on the ACAMS and Chapter websites, as well as on-site marketing materials including your company logo. In addition, sponsors have the opportunity to provide a qualified speaker on the panel.

However, as these events are being structured as a series to ensure that the breadth of the subject matter is presented in an interconnected manner, we are opening up sponsorship to a group model. This will help to ensure the success of the entire series before the first session and effectively lowers the cost of entry to firms looking to sponsor an event. Other key benefits are highlighted below:

• Your firm’s logo and URL to be displayed at the event venue.


Acknowledgment of your participation at the event by the ACAMS New York Chapter board.


• Opportunity to include a piece of marketing material/merchandise at a sponsors table.


Each of the above across the entire event series.


ACAMS New York Chapter learning events routinely sell out​

• Meeting space for the learning event
• Networking cocktail reception

Join Us as We Explore the Key issues in Virtual Currency

Please contact us to discuss your sponsorship opportunities.


Learning Series Structure for Crypto-AML (C-AML)

This series of events is a response to our members' overwhelming feedback to expand the discussion of our successful June 2018 event on “Crypto-AML” (C-AML) which sold out in a matter of hours from initial ticket release. The series will consist of four panels focused on a deeper conversation into key areas of interest with virtual currencies: Relevant Regulatory Issues, Technology, AML Program Requirements, and the Practicalities of Executing Investigations.

More details on each event are included below:

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