Anti-Money Laundering — Advanced
This advanced course will provide you with the requisite skills to adopt a risk based approach to the firm’s working practices by applying appropriate measures to mitigate identified risks. It is tailored for those who have specific Anti-Money Laundering duties within their firm, such as the Money Laundering Reporting Officer (MLRO) or Deputy MLRO roles.
If you have attended our foundation course or have some Anti-Money Laundering training under your belt, this course will help you build upon your existing knowledge in this field.
- Current issues
- Review of POCA 2002
- Effective Suspicious Activity Reporting
- Compliance with HMRC supervisory inspections
- Undertaking an AML risk assessment
- Drafting AML policies and procedures
- Conducting effective Customer Due Diligence
- Identifying ‘Ultimate Beneficial Owners’ of companies and trusts
- Politically exposed persons
- Case study exercise
Our popular virtual classroom offers a streamlined version of our face-to-face courses. You will benefit from a dedicated session with our expert trainer from the comfort of your home or office. To enable the course to run smoothly, we ask that you mute your microphone unless asking a question and keep your camera on.
With our face-to-face courses you’ll benefit from the full lesson plan plus an increased level of interaction and group work. This is your chance to participate in group discussions with our expert trainer and other delegates on the course.
Location: Propertymark Westminster, 4th Floor, 5-8 The Sanctuary, London, SW1P 3JS
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