BROSETA participates in the International Conference on Compliance

Through Luis Rodríguez Soler, Partner and Head of Compliance at BROSETA, and Carlos Diéguez, Partner and Head of BROSETA’s Tax Law Department, the firm has participated in the International Compliance seminars, which were held in Madrid on the 11th and 12th of November.

Organized by the Fundación General Universidad de Granada, in collaboration with the International Association of Florida Banks (FIBA), sessions have discussed the latest legislative developments and tools to protect organizations from threats such as financial crime, money laundering, financing of terrorism, corruption, fraud and cybercrime.

From BROSETA were Luis Rodríguez, Partner and Head of BROSETA Compliance, with a presentation on compliance in the field of cybersecurity; and Carlos Diéguez, Partner and Head of the Tax law department of BROSETA, who spoke about the exchange of tax information between countries.

The opening of the Conference was conducted by David Schwartz, President and CEO of the International Association of Florida Bankers (FIBA), who made an analysis of the desired balance between de-risking and financial inclusion policies.

Other renowned speakers were Francisco Moreno, President of the Spanish Association of Payment Entities (ANAED); Andrés Martínez, from the General Directorate of the Treasury and Financial Policy of the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness; Juan Pablo Olmo, Director of MAPFRE Compliance; Robert I. Targ and Marta Colomar García from the American firm Diaz Reus, and Borja Pastor, Captain of the Central Operating Unit (UCO) of the Judicial Police of the Guardia Civil, among others.