Building AML Culture - Level I

Date: 31/10/2019

Location: The Landmark, Nicosia

Time: 8:30 - 17:00

Seminar Objectives

  • Provide an understanding of money laundering and how it can affect an organization

  • Provide general understanding of the Anti-Money Laundering Laws and Directives

  • Discuss the duties and responsibilities emanating from the AML law and directives

  • Discuss “Know Your Customer” and “Due Diligence” requirements

  • Provide a general understanding of Risk Based Approach

  • Review steps for Customer Enhanced Due Diligence

  • Understand detection and reporting requirements

  • Understand how to spot unusual and suspicious activities

  • Examine common red flags and money laundering techniques

  • Discuss real case studies and common practices

  • Learn about critical internal controls

  • Discuss how to create an AML culture in an organization

Who will benefit

Professionals that work in the financial services sector – Administration Service Providers, Forex and Investment Companies, Legal firms, Accounting firms as well as staff employed in legal, tax, compliance, internal audit operations and other sectors.

Certification

At the end of the seminar attendees will receive a Certificate of Attendance which is acceptable for Continuous Professional Development (CPD) certification.  

Seminar pricing

Participation price for:

  • HRDA subsidy eligible participants is €121 (plus VAT 19% - €45.60)

  • Non-HRDA subsidy eligible participants is €240 (plus VAT 19% - €45.60)

For more than one participation from the same company please contact us for a special group discount.

 

Price includes two coffee breaks and lunch.

 

Details for payment will be sent to you by email after applying with a complete registration form.

Other information

Masterclass language: English

Attendees will receive training notes and one on one interaction with the trainers and other attendees

 

Strict order of registration will be kept 

Maximum number of participants: 25

 

Net Duration: 7 hours