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Anti-Money Laundering 2020 (Including 5MLD changes)

Meet your annual AML training obligation with the ISS online Anti-Money Laundering Update.

Description

This short course is tailored specifically to those working in the insolvency profession and includes:

  • An overview of the key changes to the above, by virtue of the 5th European Money Laundering Directive (5MLD). 
  • A refresher on key elements of the UK’s Anti-Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing regime, to include:
    • Identifying risks
    • Client Due Diligence / Enhanced Due Diligence
    • Suspicious Activity Reports

Knowledge checking

To reinforce learning values the course includes individual knowledge checking, so you can be assured that that each member of your team is alive to the risks they face in their role and can play their part in controlling these risks to your practice.

Individual certification

Each participant receives their own personalised certificate of completion in order that you can evidence that you have addressed the training requirements contained in the Money Laundering Regulations to your AML Supervisor.

This course is aimed at insolvency personnel and relevant support staff and is suitable for people with varying levels of pre-existing knowledge and technical ability.

Flexible completion and progress tracking

The course is hosted online and participants will be enrolled to the ISS Moodle School.  Participants receive an email with their login details, with which they can then complete the course at any time and from any internet enabled device, within the period of enrolment.

Individual registrations may commence at any time to cater for work flows and new joiners within your firm. The time available for completion can be determined by you to suit your business (we recommend allowing around 4 weeks from registration) and to ensure everyone fully engages with their training, we will provide you with updates on participation and completion.

Cost

Single individual

£75

 

5-person package          

£200

 

20-person package        

£700

 

50-person package        

£1,500

 

All prices are exclusive of VAT at the prevailing rate.

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