$195 – $220

GOVLAW WEBINARS - AML/CTF COMPLIANCE - 2020

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AML/CTF compliance webinars for AUSTRAC regulated sectors including gambling, financial services, bullion and digital currency exchanges.

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The value of Governance training in AML/CTF risk

The external experts’ report commissioned by Westpac in response to the AUSTRAC allegations stated that the Westpac board risk committee had received training in AML/CTF compliance in late 2017.

Currently, Westpac shareholders are out $1.3 billion and more (in reputational damage and advertising costs - it was hard to miss the blanket rescue helicopter commercials) from the non-compliance dating back to 2013. If only the Board had received GOVLAW training early on…

To read more on the case and ‘lessons learned’ for your business, click here. As they say, prevention is better than cure.

AUSTRAC enforcement now has Crown Casino in their crosshairs. At the recent NSW inquiry into the Crown licence for the new Sydney casino at Barangaroo, testimony was given at board level about limited AML/CTF training.

What could the value of AML/CTF training be to your business?

AML/CTF for Managers and Staff

This webinar covers key requirements under the Anti‑Money Laundering and Counter‑Terrorism Financing Act 2006 including:

  • AML/CTF programs
  • customer identification
  • risk management
  • reporting to AUSTRAC and
  • record keeping.

Governance training in AML/CTF for the Board / Committee

This webinar focuses on strategic oversight of the AML/CTF Program, as required under the AML/CTF Rules.

Webinars for your business

For a webinar tailored to your business, contact GOVLAW on info@govlaw.com.au or mobile: 0411 879 943.

2020 Webinars - Wednesday lunchtime, 1-2pm

November

  • Digital Currency Exchanges - AML/CTF Governance for the Board and CEO (18th November)
  • Banks, Credit Unions, Building Soc. - AML/CTF for Managers and Staff (25th November)

December

  • Bullion dealers - AML/CTF for Managers and Staff (2nd December)
  • Pubs and Clubs - AML/CTF Governance for the Board / Committee (9th December)

2021 Webinars - Wednesday lunchtime, 1-2pm

January

  • Pubs and Clubs - AML/CTF for Managers and Staff (20th January)

February

  • Casinos and Integrated Resorts - AML/CTF Governance for the Board and CEO (17th February)

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What is included?

  • Webinar (first 40 minutes, approximately) followed by questions and discussion (up to 20 minutes).
  • A copy of the presentation slides - licensed for personal use only.
  • A certificate of attendance can be emailed to the address provided if you include your name with registration.

How do I attend?

A weblink will be sent to your email address with the passcode for the video conference.

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Our email is info@govlaw.com.au and mobile 0411 879 943.

Can a colleague use the webinar link in my place, if I get too busy?

No problem. Just give them the link and passcode. Of course, this can only be used once.

Can our team watch the webinar but only pay for an individual ticket?

Pricing is based on the honesty system. If attending as a workplace group, please purchase a ticket for each staff member.

Is this confidential?

The ‘Chatham House rule’ applies. GOVLAW reserves the right to use de-identified insights from group discussion on industry trends for professional development and academic purposes.

© GOVLAW 2020

Looking for a seminar on-site at your business?

ON-SITE AML/CTF TRAINING - Postponed. For further information:

https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus

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