Comsure AML training for lawyers….
Comsure has been busy with a leading Jersey law firm training all their employees (and yes, their Partners) on all matters AML.
- The first sessions dealt with context and covered DNFBPs, Sch2 business, Moneyval, NRA, ECCU, the JFSC approach, what is ML, what is AML, what Is CDD, notable activity and transactions, iSARS, eSARS & Privilege
- The second involved bringing session 1 to life and involved case studies and the good, bad and ugly of failure and near misses
This training followed an earlier session with another law firm, Parslows. Read the feedback here - https://www.comsuregroup.com/about/testimonials/thank-you-from-parslows-jersey/
If you want to know more, let me know.
Mathew Beale - Chartered FCSI
Principal (Director) - Comsure Compliance Limited, Comsure Technology Limited (the "Comsure Group of Companies")
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