CSB Group exhibits at Delta Summit


Photo caption: The CSB Group team. From left: Simon Pace, John Dimech, Michael Zammit, Roger Strickland Jr, Nicholas Warren, Davinia Cutajar and Michael Parlato Trigona.

CSB Group, a leading corporate services provider, recently exhibited at Delta Summit which took place earlier this month in St. Julian’s.

During this expo the Group’s Fintech team had the opportunity to greet visitors at their stand and to follow highly informative speeches delivered by top experts in the Blockchain and Cryptocurrency field.

Nicholas Warren, who has recently joined CSB Group to head its Fintech unit, was invited to contribute to Delta Summit’s rich agenda by acting as a moderator on a panel that debated Blockchain and Anti-Money Laundering and Know Your Client practices. Mr Warren expertly instigated participating panellists on the challenges that Money Laundering Reporting Officers have in today’s regulatory environment, the compatibility between Blockchain Technology and Compliance and whether this same technology will facilitate the compliance officer’s regulatory reporting duties. On the subject Mr Warren remarked that “the reduction of manual processes, safeguarding of privacy and data, and real-time regulatory reporting would result in significant benefits throughout.” He added that compliance can be “an intelligent tool rather than a ball and chain.”

In its commitment to maintaining its presence in major iGaming and Blockchain shows, the Group just exhibited at G2E Las Vegas, a major international gaming trade show in the casino-entertainment industry, and is now looking forward to exhibiting at the upcoming Malta Blockchain Summit and Summit of iGaming Malta.

CSB Group and its experienced and dedicated professionals provide a spectrum of specialised business and commercial services, helping clients coming from various industry sectors, including Blockchain and Cryptocurrency, reach their objectives. For any assistance required please contact CSB Group on [email protected] or +356 2557 2557.

The AML/KYC best practices panel, moderated by Nicholas Warren.