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Brokers Ireland Anti Money Laundering Webinar in association with RegSol

Presented by Anne Marie Whelan, RegSol Compliance

Wednesday 07 October 2020 | Duration: 1 Hours


Webinar Details:

We are delighted to announce that we have teamed up with RegSol once again to deliver their Anti Money Laundering webinar to our members on Wednesday 07 October at 11.00hrs. Please note that this is the same presentation that was delivered back in May.  With an ongoing expectation from the Central Bank to undertake annual AML training, it is important to stay up-dated on this ever evolving area.
 
Please note, that under new AML Guidelines published by the CBOI in September 2019, AML training will include an assessment which will consist of ten questions which will be sent to all registrants at the end of the webinar presentation. Once all questions are answered correctly, an AML assessment certificate will be forwarded to each registrant. 
 
The CPD certificate for completing the webinar will be uploaded on the member’s Brokers Ireland website CPD profile page.
 
“Firms should ensure that the AML/CTF training provided includes an assessment or examination during the training session, which should be passed by all participants in order for the AML/CTF training to be recorded as completed. If the training does not contain assessment or examination, Firms must be in a position to demonstrate effectiveness of training and staff understanding in relation to same.”
CBOI AML Guidelines – Training Assessment Section 8.8 
 
This One Hour AML update in conjunction with RegSol will cover:
  • General Update on AML
  • Legislation – update on 5th & 6th Directives
  • Risk Assessment
  • Customer Due Diligence
  • Suspicious Activity Reporting
  • Enforcement
  • Counter Terrorist Financing
  • Practical points for compliance
 


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