Not a day goes by when financial and non-financial media do not make reference to the intention of politicians, economists and law makers to strengthen the current measures against money laundering and terrorism financing. More and more sanctions are imposed for non respect of anti-money laundering and terrorism financing duties by Financial Supervisory Authorities and by Judges.
An efficient participation in the fight against money laundering and terrorism financing implies a good knowledge of the existing laws and regulations but also of the permanent professional duties. Faced with increasing regulatory duties, the Management and the employees are often overwhelmed and cannot meet their duties if they have not been clearly defined.
As part of this course, PwC's Academy offers to highlight your requirements regarding this topic and to address in a comprehensive and practical way the questions you and your team are confronted with in the light of your mandatory professional duties and the "progressive" evolution of anti-money laundering regulations.
Thanks to our strong expertise in the Financial Sector and our professional experience, we can help you to improve your anti money laundering knowledge according to the best practices.
8 March 2021 (FR) - Webinar format - 9am-12pm
21 April 2021 (ENG) - 9am-12pm
10 May 2021 (FR) - 9am-12pm
19 May 2021 (DE) - 9am-12pm
3 June 2021 (ENG) - 9am-12pm
28 June 2021 (FR) - 9am-12pm
Price: 400.00 €
Language: English, also available in French and German
Number of participants: 20
Our training is focused on:
By the end of this training, the participants will be able to:
Development of essential definitions
Overview of the recent regulatory environment at Luxembourg, at European and international levels
Scope of primary offences
Presentation of professional obligations and illustration with practical examples
Customer due diligence (identification and verification of the identity, name checking, origin of funds,... for individuals and legal persons)
Criteria related to the “risk based approach” (nationality, country of residence, professional activity, PEP, …)
Transaction monitoring (incoming, outgoing, name and country screening, amount, frequency, IT tools,…)
How to cooperate with the FIU (who, when, what, “no tipping off” principle)
Adequate internal organization (framework, IT tools, record keeping) and controls (hierarchical, internal audit, Compliance function, ...)
This training is interactive and full of useful practical points, multiple-choice questionnaires and case studies.
This training is coordinated by Roxane Haas and Michael Weis, Partners at PwC Luxembourg and will be given by Directors and Managers who benefit from a strong professional experience in this area.
Roxane Haas is a “Réviseur d’entreprise agréé” and accountant in Luxembourg. Roxane is an Audit Partner at PwC Luxembourg. She has over 14 years of professional experience at PwC and in particular in the context of audits of banks, PSF and investment funds. She is also in charge of the Task Force AML PwC Luxembourg and is active in local working groups (Luxembourg Association of Compliance Officers, Institute of Company Auditors and Institute of Chartered Accountants). Her skills have brought her to supervise many AML / KYC missions for major banking players of Luxembourg.
Over the past 10 years, Roxane has conducted numerous AML trainings for both national and international as well as for professional organizations.
Through his previous positions and projects, Michael, Partner (Forensic Services), gained extensive knowledge in the investment management and banking industries.
As a key member of the internal controls practice of PwC Michael specialises in the review of internal controls in the context of SAS 70 reviews and controls reports. He is the manager of various high-profile client assignments on internal controls reports and on Anti-Money-Laundering (AML) in the investment management industry.
Within PwC, Michael takes a key role in the AML-taskforce and on internal controls work for the prevention of financial crime. He is co-ordinating the leading training programme “Fight against Financial Crime” (PwC’s Academy) that regularly involves international subject matter experts (e.g. Transparency International, UN Security Council, FATF, SCPC, FSA, CSSF etc.).
Through his professional qualifications he specialised in Compliance related topics such as internal controls frameworks, fraud prevention/investigation and AML.
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