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Anti-Money Laundering Training

Anti-Money Laundering Document Pack

7 template documents and a full training webcast on what the firm risk assessment is and why you need to do it. This is everything a firm legally needs to put into place to be covered under money laundering regulations.

AML Risk Assessment webcast – what to do and how to do it

AML company policy document

AML staff controls and procedures doc

AML suspicious activity report controls and procedures

AML firm risk assessment doc

MLR17 responsible managers/deputy managers responsibilities doc

Record of MLRO appointment

Template suspicious activity report

These documents can be reused every year so once you have them they are yours to keep on file. Take advantage of our introductory offer and snap these up for just £175 ex VAT for the complete pack.

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Save 20% On Anti-Money Laundering Training 

NTI are excited to announce the introduction of the first and only Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Course, specifically aimed at Insolvency professionals.

This course is fully compliant with current money laundering regulations including the 2019 amendment rules and is packed with practical advice on how the regulations impact insolvency case workers from dealing with clients to dealing with cases. 

It is recommended that staff complete regular money laundering training at least every 2 years or as and when the rules significantly change. We also understand that Money Laundering is an area focused on by the regulators. We therefore encourage you to ensure that your staff are up to date in the most practical way possible. 

The full course is split into 6 webcasts which in total are approximately 2 hours long. All webcasts and final test are delivered online and can be viewed at your convenience.

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Course Content 

Part 1: Money Laundering and the Global Framework

An overview of money laundering and terrorist financing definitions and offences, and how organisations world wide join together to combat criminal activity and the proceeds of crime.

Part 2: The Risk Based Approach

Considers the definition of a regulated business and assessing the risk of money laundering in higher risk industries, what we can look out for and how we can assess the risk of money laundering for each client.

Part 3: Customer Due Diligence

Covers all levels of customer due diligence and how due diligence is to be completed for companies and individuals following your risk assessment of the client.

Part 4: Indicators, responsibilities and penalties

Identifies indicators of Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing, considering individual and firm responsibilities and the penalties of breaching the regulations.

Part 5: Practical considerations for the insolvency profession

Focuses on how the regulations affect the insolvency profession and covers specific examples of what to consider throughout the risk assessment and due diligence process. Consideration is also given to selling assets, relationships with third party agents and who is ultimately responsible for due diligence.

Part 6: MLR 2019 Amendment rules – an update

A review of the Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Amendment Rules 2019 and a comparison with the 5th Anti-Money Laundering Directive from the EU.

At the end of the course is a test which includes 15 multiple choice questions based on the information presented throughout the course. On passing the test, you will get a sort after certificate of completion. 

Prices: 

You get all of the above for just £45 per person now reduced to just £36 per person until the end of July.

What are you waiting for? Get in touch today and get you and your team up to date!

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