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Attending the Conference

There are two options to register — what does this mean?

Option 1:  The In Person + On Demand option allows in-person attendance and provides online, on-demand access to most sessions after the conference. Click here for more information on the content you can access under the On-Demand portion.
Option 2: The Remote Only option grants access to livestream the General Sessions and online, on-demand access to most sessions within 36 hours after the session occurs.

Which sessions are being livestreamed and/or recorded?

General sessions will be livestreamed and recorded, subject to speaker permission. We will post the recording no later than 36 hours after it occurs in our on-demand library on the conference platform.

Concurrent sessions will NOT be livestreamed. They will all be recorded, subject to speaker permission. We will post the recordings no later than 36 hours after the sessions occur, and they will be available in our on-demand library on the conference platform.

When can I access break-out sessions?

Break-out sessions will be recorded during the event and will be posted to the platform within 36 hours after they occur. A few pre-recorded sessions will be available on the platform when the event begins.

I am looking to make my travel arrangements. When will the conference start and end?

When making travel arrangements, please use this as a guide (subject to change): The conference will begin early on Tuesday, Nov. 28, and end around 12:00 or 12:30 pm on Thursday, Nov. 30.

Will meals be provided during the day?

A continental breakfast will be provided on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Lunch is provided on Tuesday and Wednesday. No dinners are included. There will be two light cocktail receptions. There will be coffee breaks throughout the day in The Hub.

Platform Access 

When and how can I access the On-Demand content? (For all attendees)

A few days prior to the in-person event, you will receive a link and instructions to log in to the Cvent platform. Log in with your first and last name and the email address you used to register for the conference. You will receive a verification code via email to gain access to the conference’s on-demand content.

What if I don't receive the link? (For all attendees) 

Contact [email protected] and a member of the ABA team can assist you.

Can I share this link and code with others? (For all attendees)

Registration cannot be shared. The registration link and code provide a single sign-on, secure experience for the registrant only. CE credit will only be granted to registered attendees.

How long will content be available on the virtual platform?

Content will be available until Jan. 31, 2024. The recordings will be viewable on the platform but not available for download. You will, however, be able to download any available PowerPoint presentations on the platform. 

CE Credit and ABA Certifications

How many ABA Professional Certification CE credits are available for the conference?

Exact credits for this conference is still being determined, but this event will be approved for both CAFP and CRCM credits.

The 2022 program was eligible for the following credits: in-person attendees earned 18 CAFP credits, 8 CERP credits and 13 CRCM credits. Remote attendees earned 12 CAFP credits, 5 CERP credits and 9 CRCM credits.

CPE Credits: Is the conference eligible for CPE credit?

The program is being evaluated for CPE credit. The 2022 program was eligible for a maximum of 14.2 CPE credits.

It’s expected to be eligible for CPE credit for those who attend the conference in person. CPE credit will not be available to Remote Only attendees.

CPE credit approval information will be made available on the conference website approximately 30 days prior to the program date.


American Bankers Association is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have the final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.nasbaregistry.org

Billing and Pricing

I want to attend in person, but don’t think I need access to the on-demand content. Can I separate that from the In-Person cost?

No, the cost of access to on-demand content is included in the In-Person registration fee.

Can I register for single sessions or do I have to purchase the full event?

You must purchase the full event. We do not offer single sessions for purchase. 

Do you offer one-day in-person passes?

No, you must purchase the full event. 

Keep Me Informed

Get updates on the ABA/ABA Financial Crimes Enforcement Conference as we develop this year's program. Contact the Events team if you have any questions.