Date: 31st August 2021
CPD Hours: 6hoursJoin our AML and Financial Crime Conference for practical guidance and updates on the current and upcoming developments in financial crime and its prosecution.
By attending this conference, you will learn about:
- Recent money laundering cases in courts and tribunals
- Client onboarding and identification in a digital age
- When, why and how to submit good quality SARs
- Financial crime landscape post-Brexit and post-Covid: what to look out for
- Insight into sanctions compliance and fraud
- Join a practical workshop of your choice to further your knowledge of key money laundering compliance areas
- Civil, criminal and tribunal cases
- Prosecutions for breach of regulations
- Trends in firms compliance: vulnerable areas
- What could be done better? Practical guidance and best practice tips
- Update on the work currently undertaken
- When, how and why to submit a SAR
- How does a good SAR look like? Practical guidance
- When should an activity be considered ‘suspicious’?
- What do they mean?
- What's the difference?
- How do we comply?
- What should be documented?
- What are the roles and responsibilities of senior management/ partnership of the firm and MLROs?
- Risk assessment
In this session we will analyse case studies and guide you through:
- 'Red flags' of money-laundering in property transactions
- How to handle these red flags
- Financial crime landscape intra-UK and internationally
- Emerging trends, issues and challenges
"The speakers were extremely knowledgeable and I particularly enjoyed … their practical advice on the day to day aspects of dealing with AML. Altogether a very well organised and informative event"
"This was a timely topic selected by LSS for a full-day conference and well worth the investment of a day. A well paced every with interesting and knowledgeable speakers. If all LSS events online are like this one, I'll be attending many more"
"Brilliant seminar made what could have been a very dry subject interesting"
"Very informative and excellent speakers"