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Anti-Money Laundering Systems and Procedures

The Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds (Information on the Payer) Regulations 2017 (MLR 2017) came into force on 26 June 2017, with some key requirements coming into effect on 26th June 2018. AML compliance now goes far beyond the need for Customer Due Diligence.


In this webinar we look at what systems and processes your firm needs to have in place, what sources of advice and guidance are available and how best to protect yourself in practice. We also look at the regulatory infrastructure and new obligations placed on AML Supervisors, so you can understand what your regulator is likely to be expecting from you.

Recorded 14 September 2018


£50 + VAT per person

CPD Learning Outcomes

  • Ensuring your practice is appropriately registered for supervision
  • Implementing risk sensitive procedures within your firm
  • Undertaking your firm wide risk assessment

Who Should Attend

Any insolvency practitioner, other principal, senior manager, or member of a management committee who is responsible for setting, approving or ensuring the firm’s compliance with the firm’s Anti-Money Laundering policies and procedures, in relation to the following areas:

  • client acceptance procedures;
  • the firm’s risk management practices;
  • internal controls, including employee screening and training for AML purposes;
  • internal audit or the annual AML compliance review process;
  • customer due diligence, including policies for reliance; and
  • AML record keeping

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