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Fit for the Money Laundering Audit – Course Money Laundering: Fit for the Money Laundering Audit – Course up to 80% – Product-No. L03

Compact Course for money laundering officers – risk analysis according to § 5 German AML, monitoring and suspicious transaction report – § 58 German AML data protection

  • Which measures must the Risk Assesment necessarily fulfill?
  • What are the due diligence obligations of the Money Laundering Officer?
  • When does a suspicious transaction report have to be prepared?
  • What should be considered in the form and content of the internal and external suspicious transaction report?
  • Data protection for money laundering officers

 

Fit for the money laundering audit

Target group for the Money Laundering Course: Fit for Money Laundering Audit

  • Managing directors, board members at banks, financial service providers, insurance companies, leasing and factoring companies
  • Money Laundering Officers, Stv. Money Laundering Officers, Compliance and Compliance Executives, Central Office, Internal Audit and Legal Department Officers
  • Money Laundering Officers of Payment Institutions and E-Money Institutions pursuant to § 1 (2a) of the ZAG
  • Domestic branches and branches of comparable institutions domiciled in foreign countries

 

Your benefit with the Money Laundering Course: Fit for the Money Laundering Audit

  • Risk analysis according to § 5 AMLA: audit-proof preparation and updating of the annual financial statements
  • Suspicious transaction report according to § 43 AMLA: time, form and content
  • Data protection for money laundering officers

 

Your advantage – Fit for the Money Laundering Audit

All participants receive the following S & P products

+ Complete documentation for the direct implementation of the anti-money laundering and fraud system (size approx. 80 pages)

+ S & P Tool: Creation of the risk analysis Determination of appropriate preventive measures

+ Sample guideline for creating and updating a risk analysis according to § 5 German AML

+ Audit-proof implementation of the interface MLRO and Compliance Officer

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Program – Fit for Money Laundering Audit

The risk assessment according to § 5 German AML: audit-proof preparation and updating of the annual financial statements

> 10 point BMF plan against tax fraud and money laundering

> Implementation of the 4th EU Money Laundering Directive – New Money Laundering Act 2017

> Structure, structure and content of a risk analysis focusing on money laundering and white-collar crime

> Implement new requirements for the collection, identification and assessment of risks in a manner that ensures audit proof

> Development of a group risk analysis

> Research and control activities according to the risk classification

 

Each participant receives the following S & P products:

+ Examination assurance and less work with our assessment tools

+ Creation of the risk / hazard analysis and definition of suitable preventive measures and control actions

+ Sample guide for creating and updating a risk / hazard analysis

 

Risk analysis and company-specific action strategies

> Characteristics, motives and typical profiles of perpetrators

> Action strategies for unusual and conspicuous business relationships or transactions

> Special measures against fraudulent activity or other criminal acts

> Fight against fraud according to § 25h German Banking Act: emergency reactions, preventive measures and emergency measures

> Application notes, case studies and practical experience

 

All participants receive the following S & P products:

+ a catalog of measures against internal and external fraudulent actions
+ Complete documentation for the direct implementation of the anti-money laundering and fraud system (size approx. 80 pages)

 

Suspicious transaction report according to § 43 German AML : time, form and content

> When is a suspicious transaction report?

> Form and content of the SAR: Which documents must accompany the notification?

> Internal and external suspicious transaction reports: duties of employees, reporting of suspected cases –

> New interfaces to investigative authorities

> How are customers treated in suspicious transactions?

> Refusal to refrain from execution – New rules on deadlines – Liability risks

All participants receive the following S & P products

+ Checklist for a legally valid suspicious transaction report

 

Data protection for Money Laundering Officers

> New requirements of § 58 German AML regarding data protection

> Audit-proof implementation of EU GDPR and BDSG-2018

> Proper handling of personal data

> Are there any restrictions on identity checks and due diligence according to the MLA?

> Obligations to correct personal data – §37 German AML

> Interfaces in practice to

  • Processing Inventory Art. 30 EU-GDPR
  • Data protection impact assessment Art. 35 EU-GDPR
  • Deletion Concept Art. 17 EU-DSGVO and DIN Standard 66398

> Group-wide uniform data protection safeguards

> Legal consequences in case of violation of data protection obligations by the Money Laundering Officer

+ S & P Check: Verification-proof implementation of the interface GwB and DSB

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