AML and CFT for MLROs - Understanding the money laundering and funding of terrorism risk

13 November 2020

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This session forms part of a five-modules course. You may choose to attend one or more sessions. The whole course is 10 hours long and it provides a detailed understanding of Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Counter Financing of Terrorism (CFT) obligations in Malta. The sessions also outline responsibilities of the Money Laundering Reporting Officers (MLRO) whilst discussing practical examples of the scenarios that the MLRO may encounter.

Start Time: November 13, 2020, 3:00 PM Malta Time (GMT+1)

End Time: November 13, 2020, 5:00 PM Malta Time (GMT+1)

Location Details: Online. A Microsoft Teams link will be sent to you following the registration. Kindly sign in at least 5 minutes before the beginning of the class.

 

Audience:

  • Prospective MLROs
  • Current MLROs
  • Compliance officers
  • Company officials
  • Risk Managers

 

Training topics for this session:

  • The risk-based approach
  • The business risk assessment
  • The customer risk assessment

 

Price: The price for this session is Euro 55 (incl. VAT). 

The price for the full course is Euro 200 (incl. VAT). Click on the registration button to register for one or more modules.

Payment details will be sent via email when the registration is completed.

 

Training modules and schedule for the whole course

 

 

 

 

 

A certificate of completion and handouts will be provided to all participants following the completion of the training.

Each module has been accredited with 1.75 hours of structured CPE qualifying under Professional Development competency as per the Accountancy Board Accreditation Rules for a total of 8.75 core hours

Contact: +356 2093 1810 / advance@mt.gt.com

 

 

Your trainer
Ruth Esposito Ruth joined Grant Thornton in 2016 as the Firm’s Compliance Officer. Her main role is to ensure that the Firm is compliant with the Anti-money laundering and counter financing of terrorism regulations and also advises on matters related to this field. Ruth is responsible for the drafting of several internal policies and procedures and also to monitor that such policies and procedures are being implemented throughout the Firm. Prior to joining Grant Thornton, Ruth worked with EY in Malta whereby she was engaged on a number of projects related to anti-money laundering and counter financing of terrorism. Furthermore, she was also engaged on a cybersecurity project in which she formed part of the project management team. During her time with EY, Ruth also had the opportunity to work in Newcastle and in London as part of the EY team which was engaged by credit institutions to carry out several tasks related to AML and CFT.

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  • Triq L-Intornjatur, Zone 1
  • Central Business District
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  • Malta
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