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A Series of Courses on AML & CFT by Stefan-John Berry

almost 3 years ago by Anne Marie Gilson
AML & CFT Castille Courses

Castille Institute, a well-established leader within the financial services and tech education sector is organising a series of AML & CFT on Essentials, 4th AMLD & Developments as well as Terrorism & Terrorist Financing.  These courses are scheduled to take place on the 11, 18 and 25 January and can be booked altogether or separately.   Sessions will be run by Dr Stefan-John Berry.

Essentials – 11 January 2018

This session is intended to present the basics essential knowledge on the subject, ensuring that the attendees do have a clear idea of the laws they are to work with, the duties emanating therefrom and how to ensure compliance with such legislation and regulation.

4th AMLD & Developments – 18 January 2018

This session is intended to present the latest developments of the EU AntiMoney Laundering and Combating of Terrorist Financing regime, in particular the proposed changes introduced to revise and update the 4th EU AML Directive. As a further development on the preceding instruments, this Directive aims to tighten the obligations placed on firms under the existing rules, includes emphasis on beneficial ownership registers and places greater emphasis on sanctions for breaches, amongst other changes. We set out to discuss and understand some of the key changes which could affect the way we deal with money laundering risks.

Terrorism & Terrorist Financing – 25 January 2018

Building a capability to commit acts of terrorism is contingent on some level of financial means. Without funding, any effort to commit terrorism acts with serious and deadly outcome would be difficult. The European Agenda on Security has become a mainstay and a focal point in developing and upgrading legal and regulatory instruments in the fight against terrorism. Obliged Entities are presumed to be cognisant and vigilant in their efforts to combat the Financing of Terrorism (and, by definition, Terrorism too), yet officially – and especially locally – there is little dissemination of information on what the whole phenomenon is all about and what the current trends and indicators are. This session is a first attempt at addressing such a void.

AML & CFT Sessions have each been accredited with 2.5hrs Core.

For further information about the full programme visit our webpage on www.castilleinstitute.com.

To reserve a seat call Castille Institute on 20933280 or send an email to institute@castilleresources.com. 

A discounted price is available for students.  Booking is subject to availability and on presentation of a valid student card.