Compliance with the anti-money laundering regime is mandatory for all staff in all firms of accountants, including subcontractors. To help money laundering reporting officers comply with their obligations in this area – and protect them and their staff – Insight Training has produced a suite of five pre-recorded webinars with supporting materials and assessments. A sixth module is available for non client facing staff, who need less detail, but are still required to be aware of the regime and its requirements.

Ideal for all levels of staff from new starters upwards, to bring training records up to date, each training webinar or module lasts about 20 minutes. A multiple choice assessment is completed at the end of the series with scores emailed to delegates to evidence that they have successfully completed the programme.

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Module 1

This module introduces participants to the AML regime, its key features, what staff need to do to comply and what money laundering is.

Modules 2 and 3

These modules walks participants step by step through what is required in terms of risk assessment and due diligence at the point of new client take on, what needs to be documented and why it matters.

Module 4

It is a legal requirement for anyone working in an accountancy practice to report suspicions of criminal conduct to the Money Laundering Reporting Officer. This module will explain the legal background to this requirement, what the reporting process should involve and the sort of issues that might need to be reported.

Module 5

This module will look at a number of other procedural requirements that are important for staff working in an accountancy practice, including record keeping, systems and controls. This module also covers important aspects of the Bribery Act, Criminal Finances Act and GDPR.

Non client facing staff

Staff working in a non client facing role also need to understand how the AML regime applies to them. This single webinar gives these team members an overview of the AML regime and its requirements and how it may apply to their role.

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