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The UKs Economic Crime Supervision is hosting x3 AML risk assessment webinars [6-8 December]


The UKs Economic Crime Supervision are rolling out some useful webinars on how to risk assess your business for money laundering supervision and how to document this.

If you are interested, you can register for the Risk Assessment webinars using the links below.

HOW TO RISK ASSESS your business for Anti-Money Laundering Supervision

In this webinar we’ll provide

  • An explanation of the Money Laundering Regulations and the National Risk Assessment,
  • An overview of the risk-based approach to help you carry out a risk assessment,
  • How to implement a risk-based approach and tell you where you can find more information.

HOW TO DOCUMENT your risk assessment for Anti-Money Laundering Supervision

  • 7 December 3.45pm-4.45pm

In this webinar we’ll be covering:

  • An explanation of your risk assessment,
  • How to document your risk assessment, and
  • Tell you where you can find more information.


  • 8 December 9.45am-10.45am

In this webinar we’ll be covering:

  • An explanation of Policies, Controls, and Procedures,
  • Monitoring your business to make sure your controls are effective,
  • What controls and procedures to put in place,
  • How to identify and report any suspicious transactions or activities, and
  • Where you can find more information.

Recordings will be available after the webinars have been delivered. They will be placed on the HMRC email updates, videos and webinars for money laundering supervision page here

If companies register for the webinars and attend or don’t attend even if they have registered, they will receive recordings in a follow up email.


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