On 29 September 2020 we held a free webinar to assist firms in understanding Anti-Money Laundering and their obligations under the legislation.
- Legislative Framework
- Relevant Persons & Regulated Business
- MLRO / Nominated Officer Responsibilities
- AML Policies & Procedures – Structure & Content
- A Risk Based Approach & Risk Factors
- Due Diligence Levels & Measures
- SARs, & Consent, & Penalties
Anti-Money Laundering Webinar Series
This webinar is being held as part of an Anti-Money Laundering webinar series. Future webinars will be held on the following subjects, further details will be announced in due course:
- The difference between simplified CDD & enhanced CDD, including why & when each is implemented.
- What is a PEP & how do I know if the client is a PEP
- How do I know if a client is in a high risk country as defined by FATF or a person on the financial sanctions list.
- How do I complete a high level risk analysis.
We are pleased to share the Anti-Money Laundering Webinar Slideswith you.
Please see a recording of the webinar below:
Pat has a hugely impressive amount of experience in compliance having worked for the Legal Complaints Service, the Solicitors Regulation Authority and as Head of Compliance of a large private law firm. Pat’s particular areas of expertise include SRA compliance, file reviews and complaints handling but she has also a wealth of practical experience in law firm management.
David founded DG Legal in 2000. He has provided advice and assistance to hundreds of law firms and other legal organisations. He delivers specialist consultancy and training on a wide range of topics including business management & strategy, tendering, compliance and quality assurance. In 2016 David was appointed as a Commissioner advising Lord Bach on policy relating to Justice and Legal Aid.
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