We uniquely positioned to assist and advise in the AML/CFT and PWMD, Anti Bribery & Corruption and Board Level space having previously;
- Acted as Finance Sector Experts in the FATF evaluations of Ghana, Austria and Aruba;
- Delivered AML training in over 30 jurisdictions to regulatory authorities, financial services institutions, the DNFPB sector, and the judiciary;
- Drafted and implemented AML/CFT regimes in the Isle of Man, Jersey, Aruba and Anguilla;
- Held senior regulatory appointments, including head of the Jersey Financial Services Commission AML Unit;
- Investigated and prepared prosecution files for AML criminal cases; and
- Conducted regulatory investigations into compliance with statutory and regulatory AML requirements.
We would be pleased to discuss your training and development needs and can tailor a response specifically to address your needs. However, to assist cost control, we have “packaged” the most frequent requirements into a three stage level of service, namely:
One hour training
A concise “Lunch and Learn” refresher training session to inform your staff and board of legislation or handbook updates, bringing it to life with a few short case studies relevant to your business type.
Four Hour Training
An in depth four hour session where learning will be taken to the next level including risk issues, latest developments in ML,TF and PWMD, plus bribery and corruption obligations. The teaching style encourages members of staff to demonstrate their competency and knowledge and discuss case studies. This is the “boot camp” of the standard series and will give your staff a tough cerebral work out and reminder of their obligations and the vital role they play in maintaining the defences and integrity of your organisation.
Full comprehensive and tailored training day
Finally, we offer a fully comprehensive sector specific, focussed day, with a full explanation of the legislative framework and implementation standards required. Again, exploring risk issues, this day long programme provides more opportunity to discuss practical ways of mitigating and managing higher risk business, intermediary and introducer arrangements, sanctions issues, the interaction between AML, Corruption and the OECD tax agenda, and also discusses enhanced monitoring practices.