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New as money laundering officer – what now?

New as money laundering officer – what now? Expertise proof as money laundering officer – Product No. L12

 

Day 1:
  • 4. EU Money Laundering Directive and Compulsory Catalog according to §27 PrüfbV
  • Know your Customer – for demanding customer relationships
Day 2:
  • Recognition and evaluation of money laundering and fraud structures in the
  • practice
  • 150 points check against money laundering and terrorist financing
Day 3:
  • Risk analysis according to § 5 AMLA: Practical Test Guidelines for
  • Prevention of money laundering and white-collar crime
  • Suspicious transaction report according to § 43 and § 45 AMLA: time, form and content
Day 4:
  • Top prepared for the money laundering review of regulators
  • Legal security in money laundering & white-collar crime
  • Investigations and criminal proceedings: What you as a money laundering officer should know and pay attention?

 

New as money laundering officer – what now?

Are you new as money laundering officer? You should definitely check the following points for your activity as money laundering officer.
The Money Laundering Act itself contains no special reference to the expertise of the Money Laundering Officer, as MaComp, for example, stipulates for the Compliance Officer. The BaFin Circular 1/2014, however, requires the expertise of the Money Laundering Officer and his deputy.
In accordance with the BaFin’s administrative practice, the Money Laundering Officer must possess the appropriate expertise with regard to the legal requirements for preventing money laundering and financing terrorism.
When selecting the right seminar for money laundering officers and compliance officers, we recommend our task and duties check.

 

 

Training New as money laundering officer – 4-day seminar for your expertise certificate

  • Tasks, rights and duties of the Money Laundering Officer at a glance
  • Current Guide to the New Money Laundering Act – Implementation of the 4th EU Money Laundering Directive
  • How can money laundering and fraud structures be recognized, assessed and prevented in time?
  • Prevent liability cases: Special searches and checklists for unerring test criteria – Create suspicious transaction reports and hazard analyzes
  • Top prepared for the money laundering review of regulators
  • Legal security in money laundering & white-collar crime
  • Investigations and criminal proceedings: What you as a money laundering officer should know and pay attention?

 

 

Target Group – New as money laundering officer – what now?

  • New appointed as a director or board member,
  • Money Laundering Commissioner, Deputy Money Laundering Commissioner,
  • New appointment as Money Laundering Officer,
  • AML Team, Compliance, Central, Internal Audit, and Legal

 

 

Your benefit – New as money laundering officer – what now?

  • 4. EU Money Laundering Directive and Compulsory Catalog according to §27 PrüfbV
  • Know your Customer – for demanding customer relationships
  • Recognition and evaluation of money laundering and fraud structures in practice
  • 150 points check against money laundering and terrorist financing
  • Hazard Analysis: Practical Test Guidelines for Preventing Money Laundering and Economic Crime
  • Suspicious transaction report according to §43 and § 45 GwG: time, form and content

 

 

Your lead – New as money laundering officer – what now?

Each participant will receive the following S & P products with the seminar:
+ S & P checklist for the test criteria according to § 27 Examination Report Regulation
+ S & P sample work instruction for the prevention of money laundering and white-collar crime
+ S & P checklists for the purposeful determination of the beneficial owner
+ Solutions are developed for cases of practice of the participants
+ S & P checklists for the audit-proof setup of an anti-money laundering and anti-fraud system
+ S & P case studies on money laundering, terrorist financing and white-collar crime
+ S & P Model Guide to Combating Fraud and Fighting Other Offenses
+ S & P checklist to prevent external and internal fraudulent activity
+ Sample guideline for creating and updating a risk / hazard analysis according to § 5 AMLA
+ 150 points check against money laundering and white-collar crime
+ Checklist for a legally valid suspicious transaction report
+ Examination instructions of the BMF for the handling of the suspicion reporting

 

 

Seminar Price – New as money laundering officer – what now?

Price: 2.760, – £ excl. 19% VAT.

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

 

 

 

New as money laundering officer - what now?

 

 

 

Program 1. Seminar Day – New as money laundering officer – what now?

 

 

Tasks, rights and duties of the central office – Secure implementation of § 27 PrüfbV obligation catalog

  • Liability guarantee – BGH judgment of July 17, 2009 on the responsibility of agents – “Siemens / Neubürger” decision dated 10.12.2013 on the compliance system
  • Limitation of Liability Risks of the MLA – Representative Central office – Minimum requirements for internal organizational measures
  • How does an optimal interaction between Risk Controlling, Compliance, Money Laundering Officers and Internal Audit work?
  • 5 levels for optimal risk limitation for agents

 

 

Transparency Register & Co. – Innovations in identity verification

  • Identification process and identification of identity
  • Fictitious beneficial owner – a beneficial owner is always to determine!
  • Recognition and monitoring of politically exposed persons and high-risk customers
  • The new Transparency Register: Which reporting obligations are to be observed at GmbHs, joint-stock companies, cooperatives and associations?

 

 

Other offenses: Fight against fraud in practice

  • Characteristics, motives and typical profiles of perpetrators
  • Action strategies for unusual and conspicuous business relationships or transactions
  • Special measures against fraudulent actions or other criminal acts
  • Fight against fraud according to § 25h KWG: emergency reactions, preventive measures and emergency measures
  • BAIT: Banking supervisory requirements for IT
  • Application notes, case studies and practical experience

 

 

Risk analysis according to § 5 GwG and suspicion reporting in practice

  • 4. EU Money Laundering Directive – Guide to the new Money Laundering Act 2017
  • Structure, structure and content of a risk analysis focusing on money laundering and white-collar crime
  • From risk inventory to audit-proof classification of risks
  • SARs according to §§ 43 ff AMLA and conduct in case of suspicion
  • Revision of the deadline case: when and how to report a suspicious transaction?
  • Report suspected cases – new interfaces to investigating authorities

 

 

Program 2nd Seminar Day – New as money laundering officer – what now?

 

 

Proper handling of risks in money laundering and terrorist financing

  • New Money Laundering Act 2017 – Stricter Rules and Higher Fines
  • Correctly evaluate and test money laundering, terrorist financing and white-collar crime in practice
  • Overview of possible structures and interdependencies
  • Stricter requirements for risk-oriented assessment: Analyze customer, country, sales channel and product risks in a reliable manner
  • KYE Principle: Reliability of Employees – From Hiring to Ongoing Assessment Know Your Customer for Demanding Customer Interactions
  • Targeted determination of the beneficial owner
  • Techniques for the fast and secure determination of the beneficial owner – What should be considered in the typical EU legal forms?
  • Breakdown of multi-level corporate org charts at home and abroad
  • Evaluation of the source – 3 test levels in practice

– Asset inflow: Source of Income

– Asset status: Source of Wealth

– Asset transfer: Source of Funds

  • New: The fictitious beneficial owner – implementation in practice

 

 

Techniques for research and analysis of customer information

  • Doubts about identity information – possibilities for verification?
  • Suspected smurfing, structuring and other obfuscation – What to do?
  • Transactions within and outside the existing business relationship – how is the delineation?
  • Use of business evaluations and financial statements to check the origin of funds
  • Top figures from the annual financial statements: Cash flow statement for the analysis of source and use of funds

 

 

Program 3rd Seminar Day – New as Money Laundering Officer – what now?

 

 

Risk analysis according to § 5 AMLA: audit-proof preparation and updating of the annual financial statements

  • 10 point plan of the BMF against tax fraud and money laundering
  • Implementation of the 4th EU Money Laundering Directive – New Money Laundering Act 2017
  • Structure, structure and content of a risk / threat analysis focusing on money laundering and white-collar crime
  • Collection, identification and evaluation of risks
  • Construction of a group risk analysis
  • Research and control activities according to the risk classification

 

 

Risk / hazard analysis and company-specific action strategies

  • Characteristics, motives and typical profiles of perpetrators
  • Action strategies for unusual and conspicuous business relationships or transactions
  • Special measures against fraudulent actions or other criminal acts
  • Fight against fraud according to § 25h KWG: emergency reactions, preventive measures and emergency measures
  • Application notes, case studies and practical experience

 

 

Suspicious transaction report according to § 43 AMLA: time, form and content – New as money laundering officer – what now?

  • When should a suspicious transaction be submitted?
  • Form and content of the SAR: Which documents must accompany the notification?
  • Internal and external suspicious transaction reports: duties of employees
  • Report suspected cases – new interfaces to investigating authorities
  • How are customers treated in suspicious transactions?
  • Refusal – Prohibition of execution – New rules on deadlines – Liability risks

 

 

Specifically limit new liability risks as managing directors and GwB

  • Internal and external audits according to § 27 PrüfBV
  • Customer due diligence and internal security measures fulfill audit proof!
  • Audit indicators for the early prevention or detection of money laundering and white-collar crime
  • Which offenses are repeated again and again? How are you committed?
  • Which test procedures should be mandatory before starting a business relationship?
  • Reliability of employees: from new hiring to ongoing assessment

 

 

Program 4th Seminar Day – New as money laundering officer – what now?

 

 

Top prepared for the money laundering review of regulators

  • Current requirements and interpretations of the new Money Laundering Act
  • Examination of the risk management according to §4 GwG – on what must commissioners and competent management body compellingly pay attention?
  • Carry out the recording, classification and evaluation of customer, product, transaction and country risks
  • Derive research and control actions from the risk classification in a verifiable manner
  • §15 GwG Reinforced due diligence: assessment of the source of funds
  • 3 test steps in practice:
– Asset inflow: Source of Income
– Asset status: Source of Wealth
– Asset transfer: Source of Funds
  • Suspected smurfing, structuring and other obfuscation – What to do?
  • Possibilities to assess the economic substance of a company or business model
Testing certainty and less work with our assessment tools:
+ S & P checklists for the targeted determination of the beneficial owner
+ S & P Check: Prevention measures – and control actions
+ S & P control tool: Verify control actions as a money laundering agent

 

 

  • Legal security in money laundering and white-collar crime
  • Civil Law – Criminal Law: The main distinguishing features
  • Liability of the Management Board and senior employees towards their company
  • Real liability for tort: ​​cease and desist, representative liability, fine catalog §56 GwG and association fine §30 OWiG
  • Organization and delegation in the company: criminal responsibility of the employees
  • Enforcement of civil and criminal claims
The participants receive:
+ S & P Handbook “Prevention of money laundering and fraud”
+ S & P Guide: Acting legally safe in money laundering and fraud cases
+ S & P Check: rights and obligations in preliminary proceedings

 

 

Investigations and criminal proceedings: What you should know and pay attention to as a money laundering officer!

  • Dealing with the accused, suspects, witnesses and defenders
  • Rights and Duties of Accused and Witnesses
  • Procedures of the investigating authorities in practice
  • Proper instruction and interrogation protocol – what should be considered?
  • Use the right tactics for interrogations
  • Provide evidence: search, seizure and pre-trial detention
+ Case studies directly from the law practice for criminal law
+ Direct exchange and discussion with the speaker, lawyer for criminal law

 

 

Training program for money laundering officers – new as money laundering officer – what now?

Are you interested in a certification as a money laundering officer?

Select the appropriate seminar from our training program Money Laundering Officer. Four seminars designed specifically for Money Laundering Officers, Deputy Money Laundering Officers, Central Personnel and Newly Money Laundering Officers.

 

 

Compliance & Money Laundering Officer – New as money laundering officer – what now?
Our practice seminars Money Laundering and Fraud – Basic Seminar, Money Laundering and Fraud – Advanced Seminar, Money Laundering & Fraud – Update and Money Laundering & Fraud – Forum provide you with a comprehensive overview of the current legal innovations and help you to recognize, evaluate and avoid money laundering and fraud structures to prevent in time. In the compliance seminars such as compliance, compliance for sales representatives, new compliance function according to MaRisk or also compliance in the focus of banking supervision, the design of the interfaces between compliance, data protection, IT, central office and internal audit will be explained to you. The minimum requirements for setting up an overall ICS are also explained in greater detail here, for example.
You will also have the opportunity to complete the certification training courses as Compliance Officer, AML & Fraud Officer or Money Laundering Officer after attending the seminars.

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