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Videos

Introduction to AML Compliance

What is money laundering?

In this video we explain money laundering, why it is important to stop and prevent it, how we achieve this, and we clarify CFT or Countering Financing of Terrorism.

Do the new AML/CFT laws apply to me? If so, what do I have to do?

In this video we look at who the new AML/CFT laws apply to, and what those reporting entities need to do.

What are some of the red flags I should look for?

In this video we look at some of the “red flags” that could indicate a money laundering or terrorist financing.

Making your business compliant

What is an AML risk assessment?

In this video we cover the AML Risk Assessment that reporting entities need to produce and implement as legislated by the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism Act 2009.

What is an AML / CFT Compliance Programme?

In this video we cover the AML Compliance Programme that reporting entities need to produce and implement.

Which financial advisers are caught by the new AML/CFT laws, and why?

In this video we provide information on which financial advisers are caught by the new Anti-Money Laundering laws. We also explain why the government has decided to include these financial advisers.

Applying your AML/CFT programme

What are your obligations to report suspicious transactions?

In this video we cover your AML / CFT obligations to report suspicious transactions. Along with customer due diligence and record keeping, suspicious transaction reporting (or STR) is a cornerstone of preventing money laundering and terrorist financing.

What are your AML record keeping requirements?

In this video we cover AML / CFT record keeping. Along with customer due diligence, and suspicious transaction reporting, record keeping is cornerstone of preventing money laundering and terrorist financing.

What are your obligations in relation to Customer Due Diligence?

In this video we cover Customer Due Diligence, also known as CDD. Along with record keeping and suspicious transaction reporting, CDD is a cornerstone of preventing money laundering and terrorist financing.

AML Audits

What does an independent AML Audit involve?

In this video we cover independent AML Audits. Along with internally reviewing your compliance and filing annual supervisor reports, obtaining an independent audit is a key ongoing obligation. The audit is designed to provide you and your AML supervisor with assurance that you are being effective in combating money laundering and terrorist financing.