AML policies controls and procedures asking the right questions

This online event, with expert speakers from the Money Laundering Taskforce and leading practitioners will look at the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) warning of the risks posed by 'off-the-shelf' policies, controls, and procedures (PCPs) that can lead to a 'tick-box mentality' and look what questions to ask to get your PCPs right first time.

The booking page will close on 5 May 2024

Your AML risk assessment should list the steps you take to mitigate the money laundering risk in your work. You should reference your policies, controls and procedures, and state clearly what you do when you identify a high-risk client or matter. The conclusions of your risk assessment should feature in your policies, controls and procedures but, do you know how to apply this in practice? Join this online event to better understand how to put together your PCPs.