Course Summary:

The 2010 Anti-Money Laundering and Counter Terrorist Financing Act and the Guidance notes set out a requirement for annual staff training on AML. Recent sanctions from the Central Bank of Ireland have specified the requirement for all directors to receive training and to demonstrate full awareness of their obligations under the Criminal Justice (Money Laundering and Terorrist Financing) Act 2010. This 2 hour briefing discusses their responsibilities under the 2010 Act. The main focus includes director’s duties and obligations under the Act. Also, the Criminal Justice Act 2013, the 4th EU AML Directive and recent Irish and international enforcement will be discussed.

Key differences between the new Irish AML regime and those of the UK and the USA will be addressed.

Course Content:

Do you know that:

(i) the Act has been law since 15 July 2010 and must be followed, along with any Guidelines issued by the Minister or the Central Bank?

(ii) the Central Bank has an enforcement team devoted to AML/CFT enforcement?

 
This course examines:
  • the 2010 Act and regulations;
  • the Criminal Justice Act 2013;        
  • Guidelines and Guidance Notes;          
  • the FATF 40 recommendations and 9 special recommendations;        
  • the 4th EU AML Directive;
  • Central Bank’s AML/CFT directions;
  • implementing Customer Due Diligence requirements, internal policies & procedures and on-going monitoring in a practical risk-based manner;
  • enforcement and investigative powers of Garda and Central Bank
  • powers to freeze assets by Garda (by direction) and the District Court (by order)

You will be up-to-speed with the latest developments and requirements.

 

Who Should Attend:

  • MLROs
  • Compliance staff
  • Managing Directors
  • Executive and Non-Exec Directors
  • Training department staff
  • In-house lawyers
  • Internal auditors
  • Transfer agency staff
  • Documentation staff
  • Dealers
  • Marketing Staff
  • Credit and financial institutions
  • Insurers
  • Stockbrokers
  • Insurance Intermediaries
  • Mortgage Intermediaries
  • Finance companies
  • Transfer Agents
  • Custodian/Trustees
  • Bureaux de Change
  • Payment Institutions
  • Private Practice Solicitors
  • Accountants
  • Dealers in large cash amounts
  • Casinos and private members' clubs
  • Trust & Company Service Providers
  • other designated persons
  • All client-facing personnel

Cost:

€220 per attendee 
(All training fees are VAT exempt)

Details:

Date:

Time: 

Venue:

Tuesday 17th October 2017 10.00 am- 12.00 pm 38/39 Baggot Street, Dublin 2

 




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CPD Details:

 

Institute of Bankers: Formal CPD Hours

 

QFA: 2 hours
CPD Member: 2 hours
RS CPD Member: 2 hours
LCOI: 2 hours
Chartered Banker: 2 hours
CeB (Certified Banker): 2 hours

 

Insurance Institute of Ireland: Formal CPD Hours

 

CPD Member: 2 hours for MCC Product Categories 1 - 8
ACII/FCII Chartered Insurance Institute CPD Scheme: 2 hours

 

Irish League of Credit Unions (ILCU): Formal CPD Hours

 

Operations Stream: 2 hours
Governance Stream: 2 hours

 

Life Association of Ireland (LIA): Formal CPD Hours

 

2 Formal Hours

 


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