Compliance with money laundering obligations is one of the greatest challenges for solicitors in the UK today.
We have responded to HM Treasury's consultation and call for further information.
We have responded to HMT's consultation, and have provided comments on the draft Money Laundering Regulations.
We have responded to the BEIS discussion paper on the transposition of article 30 of the Fourth Money Laundering Directive.
Topics include the Criminal Finances Bill, 4MLD consultation and NCA consent/DAML issues and guidance.
A summary of recent decisions from the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal which involved breaches of anti-money laundering requirements.
Money launderers who made the news this month.
The Law Society has responded to the HM Treasury consultation on the transposition of the Fourth Money Laundering Directive
Government decision to retain anti-money laundering (AML) consent regime.
We have raised concerns about ABI's allegation of solicitor involvement in the rise of fraudulent insurance claims.
Money launderers that made the news in August.
Our latest advice and tips for new money laundering reporting officers.
Feedback from you will help us improve out website. If you would like us to contact you please leave your contact details.
Our free and confidential helpline offers advice on a range of AML topics including customer due diligence, sources of funds, high-risk jurisdiction lists, and much more.
Call us on 020 7320 9544 Email: AML@lawsociety.org.ukFind out more about our helplines
Subscribe to AML Update and receive bi-monthly AML developments, as well as details of anti-money laundering training and events.
The Risk and Compliance conference will examine the current compliance issues that are affecting firms and legal departments.
The toolkit contains a full range of draft policies, procedures and template forms which legal practices can adapt to their individual circumstances.
Solicitors needing legal advice on anti-money laundering (AML) compliance can access an online directory of solicitors who practise in this area and are willing to be contacted by other solicitors seeking legal advice.