About the Event
Another year under the belt and first audits are tucked away. But it’s not the time to become complacent. A compliant programme requires ongoing review and updating and it is especially important to address any issues raised in your audit and to keep up to date with supervisor expectations and legislative changes.
This year’s workshops will continue to focus on issues that practitioners have raised, as well as developments in the law and NZ regime, including:
• Meeting obligations in relation to politically exposed persons (PEPs).
• Drilling down to the beneficial owner.
• Transaction and activity monitoring.
• Updated regulations and review of legislation.
• FATF Mutual Evaluation and what it means for reporting entities.
• Recent warnings and prosecutions and supervisor powers.
With numbers strictly limited these workshops enable lawyers and compliance officers to raise ongoing issues and to discuss ways of addressing them with an AML/CFT expert. As with past workshops, the focus will be on how to practically apply the legislation and meet compliance obligations in an effective and efficient way that recognises the particular risks of different practices.
Numbers are strictly limited so book now.
Registrants are encouraged to send through their questions prior to the workshop.
- Be provided with an opportunity to raise and workshop issues relating to AML/CFT compliance experienced in your own practice and discuss possible solutions.
- Gain a better understanding of the ongoing issues that face the supervisors and reporting entities alike.
- Review and discuss the most recent feedback/guidance from supervisors.
Who should attend?
This workshop will be relevant to almost all lawyers in practice but it will be of particular importance to senior partners and practice managers, especially those in small to medium sized practices.
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When and Where
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM,
16 Jun 21
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- ADLS, Level 6, 2-8 Chancery Street, Auckland CBD, New Zealand