AML/CFT for Accountants and Finance Professionals

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AML/CFT for Accountants and Finance Professionals

Protect yourself and your organisation from being associated with money laundering, financing of terrorism and predicate offences .

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About this event

As regulations tighten and penalties reach the hundreds of millions, this course aims to strengthen the first line of defence against unlawful use of companies for Money Laundering and Financing of Terrorism, so that you are able to take every precaution to:

  • avoid catastrophic fines and penalties
  • avoid jail time and a criminal record

This course is designed to equip ALL staff members who have either not attended an AML/CFT course, or are due for a refresher course to stay current and up-to-date with laws, regulations and obligations.

In this course you will learn the knowledge and skills necessary to protect against, recognise investigate and report questionable transactions and practices.

It will equip frontline staff to:

  • Know what AML/CFT is
  • Become familiar with regulations regarding: corruption, drug trafficking and other serious crimes
  • Identify risk and conduct customer risk assessment
  • Know their responsibilities and accountabilities
  • Conduct adequate customer due diligence
  • Monitor transactions
  • Filing STR
  • Collecting relevant data for investigations

Course content created in compliance with:

  • ACRA - Anti-Money Laundering / Counter Financing of Terrorism Guidelines for Registered Filing Agents
  • ACRA - Anti-Money Laundering / Counter Financing of Terrorism Resources
  • MAS - Guidance for effective AML/CFT transaction monitoring controls
  • Singapore Police force - HOME > ADVISORIES > CRIME > COMMERCIAL CRIMES > STRO
  • Ministry of Home Affairs - Counter Financing of Terrorism
  • Ministry of Home Affairs - AML/CFT Policy
  • ISCA - AML/CFT - Requirement and Guidelines for professional accountants in Singapore