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Crash course money laundering prevention

Crash Course on Prevention of Money Laundering – 1 × 1 Money Laundering Prevention – Prevention of Money Laundering and Fraud – Prevention Seminar Money Laundering Prevention – Product-No. L05a

 

 

Tasks, rights and duties of the Money Laundering Officer at a glance

> New law implementing the 4th EU Money Laundering Directive
> Carry out a risk analysis and document it with legal certainty
> Data sources for the most important EU countries
> Efficient research and control activities for more safety
> Verification of customer information efficient and legally compliant

 

 

Target group:

  • Advanced seminar for managing directors, board members at banks, financial service providers and insurance companies,
  • Money laundering officers of leasing and factoring companies,
  • Money Laundering Officers, Deputy Money Laundering Officers, Compliance, Central Unit, Internal Audit and Legal Department staff

 

 

Your benefit

  • Money laundering & Fraud: risk analysis according to § 5 GwG efficient and safe
  • Research and control activities of the Money Laundering Officer
  • Prevention measures Money laundering & Fraud

 

 

Your advantage:

Each participant will receive the following S & P products with the seminar:
+ S & P Tool “Creating the hazard analysis”
+ S & P Check “Prevention measures and control actions”
+ Sample guide for creating and updating an EU hazard analysis
+ S & P Check “Commercial Register in Europe”
+ S & P Check “The most important EU legal forms at a glance”
+ S & P Check “European Business Register with Company Profile, Organs and Accounts”
+ S & P sample instruction “Anti Money Laundering & Fraud” (size approx. 80 pages)

 

 

Seminar Price – Crash course money laundering prevention

Price: 690, – £ excl. 19% VAT.

Included in the price:
Participants documents as PDF,  3-course meal, coffee, tea, Soft drinks and Snacks in the breaks

 

 

 

Crash course money laundering prevention

 

 

Money laundering & Fraud: risk analysis according to § 5 GwG efficient and safe

> New Money Laundering Act 2017 – Implementation of the 4th EU Money Laundering Directive
> Regulations in the EU member states: competent supervision, cash limits and suspicious transaction reports
> Structure, structure and content of a risk analysis focusing on money laundering and white-collar crime
> Carry out verification, classification and evaluation of customer, product, transaction and country risks
> Group risk analysis – audit-proof presentation of parent companies and subsidiaries
Testing certainty and less work with the S & P tools:
+ Creation of the hazard analysis
+ S & P Check “Prevention measures and control actions”
+ Sample guide to creating and updating a hazard analysis

 

 

Research and control activities of the Money Laundering Officer

> What is absolutely necessary? Derive research and control actions from the risk classification in a verifiable manner
> Which data sources are available for the most important EU countries?
> Transparency register according to § 18 AMLA – new reporting obligations
> FATF, EAG, Moneyval & Co.: Recommendations of the Expert Commissions
> Challenge Customer Due Diligence in other EU countries
> Which official registers are available in other European countries
> Examination of the Source of Funds: Federal Gazette & Co. in other European countries
Testing certainty and less work with the S & P tools:
+ S & P Check: “Commercial Register in Europe”
+ S & P Check: “Overview of the most important EU legal forms”
+ S & P Check: “European Business Register with Company Profile, Organs and Accounts”

 

 

Prevention measures Money laundering & Fraud

> Verification of customer information: Does the information about contracting party and beneficial owner agree?
> Action strategies for unusual and conspicuous business relationships or transactions
> Special measures against fraudulent activity or other criminal acts
> Increased due diligence requirements for cross-border correspondence relationships – what should be considered?
> Increased monitoring obligations for respondents based in a third country
Testing certainty and less work with the S & P tools:
+ S & P Sample Instructions: “Anti-Money Laundering & Fraud” (volume approx. 80 pages)
+ S & P Check: “Measures against internal and external deception”

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