Money laundering and the proceeds of crime
A timely update for accountants and other professionals
(This webinar took place on 6 April 2016)
It is estimated that organised crime costs the UK £24bn every year with the proceeds being laundered through the UK economy. Accountants and other professionals play a key role in the detection of money laundering activities.
David Stevens, manager of the CCAB Money Laundering Working Party, will provide an update on anti-money laundering regulation and explain how it impacts upon the responsibilities of accountants as well as other professionals. The webinar will cover:
• money laundering and the proceeds of crime regulation
• client due diligence
• professional responsibilities to report suspicious activities
• the 4th Anti Money Laundering Directive.
This practical webinar will also look at what is on the horizon for anti-money laundering regulations and the implications this might have on particular professionals in the near future.
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