The course examines the legal and regulatory framework behind MLR17 and then goes on to look in detail at Money Laundering, Tax Evasion and Terrorist Financing before turning to examine the Firm Wide Risk Assessment and Responsibility and Oversight. It looks in detail at Employee Hiring, Record keeping, Customer Due Diligence, KYC and the Risk Based Approach to AML. It concludes with sections on Reporting and Compliance.
The course has been developed based on guidelines issued by the CCAB and thus the principles and guidelines are suitable for accountants everywhere.
The course is designed for professional accountants who want to understand the implications of MLR17 and how to effectively address their potential exposure to money laundering
The course is followed by a knowledge check. You must obtain 80% or more to pass this course
The course is comprised of two modules which will take approximately two hours to complete.
The user will receive a certificate in pdf format upon successful completion of the course and knowledge check.
Each purchase is for a licence for a single user. The user has access to all the course material for 6 (six) months via our web based elearning platform.
About the Author
The course is written and presented by Jonathan Ledwidge and Chris Hollands, both are qualified accountants.
Jonathan is a “Master Trainer” (external) at HSBC and has been assisting banks on all aspects of financial crime including money laundering for several years.
Chris has spent many years investigating fraud and money laundering and specialises in the preparation of e-learning courses for professionals.
Together they possess a wealth of practical information on how to deal with the Anti-Money Laundering process.