Anti-Money Laundering and Preventing Financial Crime
Classroom: £329 +VAT per person
The recent strengthening of criminal finance legislation has imposed further stringent requirements on your corporate responsibilities in several sensitive areas, including Anti-Money Laundering, Counter Financing of Terrorism and Bribery and Corruption. These have been compounded by the new offence of failing to prevent tax evasion under the Criminal Finances Act. If you cannot manage your AML/CTF, ABC and CFA response adequately there could be serious implications for your business and for you personally. This could range from unwelcome attention from regulators to civil or criminal action and in a worst-case scenario, criminal prosecution and conviction for facilitating financial crime.
This comprehensive one-day course will introduce you to all the key criminal finance legislation and lead you step-by-step through the process of recognising, assessing and managing the AML and financial crime risks to your business. Our expert presenter will demonstrate how to plan and implement a strategy that will satisfy the requirements of UK regulators.
“Excellent course - clearly presented and interesting background stories. Highly recommend.”
Head of Compliance
“A tedious subject made interesting. Feel confident that my organisation have a robust policy and procedure for AML and other financial crime policies.”
“Very informative thank you. Laurence presents well and is engaging.”
This course is essential for MLROs, Nominated Officer, Compliance Officers, Finance Directors and Senior Executives with compliance responsibilities. It is of benefit to any staff working in finance, procurement or HR and any staff instructing contractors to act on behalf of an organisation.
Laurence has 30 years experience working with HMRC as a criminal investigator and a specialist in tax fraud and financial crime. He has delivered training both within HMRC and internationally on proceeds of crime legislation, criminal finances and money laundering.
Laurence has also spent over 4 years as the UK Fiscal Crime Liaison Officer to Beijing working directly with the Chinese government and across the Far East to improve mutual understanding of and collaboration on international fraud and money laundering. He has acted as an expert witness in cases involving the underground transfer of funds from China to the UK.