Tue 25 September | 3:00PM - 5:00PM | ADLS Chancery Chambers MAP

Synopsis

The AML/CFT regime is now a reality. The implementation of compliance programmes is likely to have been a steep learning curve for practitioners with numerous issues, both practical and interpretative, arising and answers to problems not always easy to find.

With numbers strictly limited, this workshop will provide a great opportunity for lawyers and compliance officers to raise their problems and to discuss potential solutions with an AML/CFT expert.

It will also focus on other practical issues that have been noted anecdotally and by the DIA which lawyers will need to consider in order to meet their obligations under the legislation. 

Numbers are strictly limited to 15 attendees so book now. 

Registrants are encouraged to send through their questions prior to the workshop.

Learning Outcomes

  • Be provided with an opportunity to raise issues relating to AML/CFT compliance experienced in your own practice and discuss possible solutions.
  • Gain a better understanding of some other potential problems that have arisen in the context the regime in legal practice and learn how to resolve or avoid these.
  • Receive insights into some of the ethical questions, such as privilege and termination of retainers, which may arise now that practitioners are complying with the requirements of the AML/CFT. 

Who should attend?

This workshop will be relevant to almost all lawyers in practice but it will be of particular importance to senior partners and practice managers, especially those in small to medium sized practices. 

 

Session at capacity, enter you name below to be added to the waitlist

For information on the Wellington workshop click here

Presenter

Fiona Hall
Barrister and Solicitor