AML for Accountants

Professional Development

Overview

The JSCCA CPD Programme has been designed in consultation with the JSCCA committee to include topics that are contemporary, relevant and valuable in staff’s everyday roles, whilst contributing towards their CPD requirements.

2020 JSCCA Programme

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Preventing money laundering and the financing of terrorism is the responsibility of all those working in the financial services industry. Regulators around the world are more focused than ever on the role played by professionals such as accountants and lawyers in acting as the ‘gatekeepers’ to prevent the abuse of financial services by criminals and terrorists.

Suitable For

Those working in accounting and related professions.

17 Sep 2020    View session times
17 Sep 2020    12:15 - 14:15
2 CPD hours
2 hours
Jersey

AML for Accountants

Date: 17 Sep 2020
Time: 12:15 - 14:15

Cost: GBP 120

Learning Outcomes

Having attended this course, delegates will:

  • Understand the specific risks faced by the accounting profession in the facilitation of financial crime and money laundering
  • Understand the requirements as set out in the handbook
  • Be able to identify suspicion and raise this as required

Course Content

  • Understanding anti-money laundering (AML) risk in accountancy
  • Understanding regulatory requirements
  • Potential red flags including tax fraud
  • Raising suspicion

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