2020 Anti-Money Laundering CPD Seminar Series (13:00 - 14:00)

Professional Development

Overview

Achieving your statutory AML CPD can be a challenge. The aim of this series is to provide practical and relevant CPD in a lively format. The topics covered are crucial for building and maintaining your knowledge in todays fast moving environment.

Suitable For

This series will be of interest to anyone working in the finance sector, including MLCOs, MLROs, anti-financial crime specialists, compliance professionals, directors and those working in risk management.

11 Feb 2020 - 08 Dec 2020
12 CPD hours
12 x 1-hour seminars over 12 months
Jersey

Book Complete Programme

Starting: 11 Feb 2020

Cost: GBP 495.00

GENERAL INFORMATION

Timings: 13:00-14:00 (Registration from 12:45)
Venue: Jersey International Business School

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • Affordable, quality CPD
  • Flexibility
    • times to suit your busy schedule
    • delegate places are interchangeable between employees of the same organisation
  • Certificates of attendance are provided

Programme Content

Sessions can be booked individually as required or as a complete programme.

Underlying beneficial ownership registers – where are we now? Where are we going?

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  • A review of the key issues including the three tier test
  • The Crown Dependency announcement
  • Implications for Corporate Services Providers

Less bark, more bite – a review of legislative and regulatory developments

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  • Developments in law enforcement interventions
  • The regulator’s new ‘teeth’ – personal accountability
  • Corporate criminal liability

In the line of fire – who wants to be an MLRO?

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  • Case studies in MLRO actions
  • How you can protect yourself and the business
  • MLRO personal risk considerations

Is technology the silver bullet for financial crime?

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  • A review of current technological solutions
  • Regulatory considerations
  • How to develop a solid approach to the management of financial crime using technology

Civil forfeiture, UWO & the future of the facilitation of bribery and corruption

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  • A review of recent legislative developments
  • Why bribery and corruption risk management is the next ‘big thing’
  • The role of Unexplained Wealth Orders in driving legal and regulatory action

CDD – have you got all the pieces to the puzzle?

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  • Understanding the chain of risk
  • Why your CDD procedures might be your biggest risk
  • Case studies in failure – what can we learn?

The Kleptocrat’s Laundromat – how international money laundering really works

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  • From Russia with Cash – how Russian organised crime groups launder money
  • Dirty money – how international criminal groups abuse financials services
  • Danske to Swedbank – who’s next in the global game of money laundering

Wilful blindness and financial crime – where were the board?

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  • What the board is meant to do
  • Case studies in corporate governance failure
  • What the regulator expects in respect of corporate governance

Terrorist financing – ‘not in my backyard…’

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  • Why CFT isn’t what you think
  • The lone wolves and the business of terrorism
  • Managing your CFT risk – what to look for

Tit-for-tat – keeping up with politically driven sanctions

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  • A review of recent sanctions updates
  • Mr Trump and Mr Kim, friends in the making?
  • Managing your sanctions risk

Corporate Criminal Liability – are your policies adequate, reasonable or both?

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  • Recent developments to legislation
  • Standard Bank vs SFO – lessons learnt
  • How effective is effective when it comes to policy and procedure?

You heard it here first – what might 2021 hold?

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  • A review of 2020
  • Likely future path of regulation pre-Moneyval
  • What every financial services professional should know