The recent amendments to the AML/CFT Act dramatically increase the scope of the compliance regime, bringing into the fold (at staggered intervals) lawyers, conveyancers, accountants, real estate agents, trust and company service providers and high-value dealers.
The Anti-Money Laundering Regime: A Practical Guide provides an objective, all-in-one resource summarising key concepts of the Act, explaining the risk-based approach taken by legislators and the supervisors, exploring in detail key concepts such as the application of the Act, the policies, procedures and controls needed to meet those risks and the key obligation to undertake the appropriate level of customer due diligence in various contexts, and the complex reporting obligations contained in the Act.
- A concise and practical guide to the Act.
- For practitioners advising reporting entities of their compliance obligations or meeting the obligations themselves.
- Includes international context and perspectives.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 Application of Act
Chapter 2 Risk assessments
Chapter 3 AML/CFT compliance programme
Chapter 4 Customer due diligence
Chapter 5 Suspicious activity reporting
Chapter 6 Prescribed transaction reporting and cross-border transportation of cash reporting
Chapter 7 Role of supervisors, Ministry of Justice and the Commissioner
Chapter 8 Civil liability acts and enforcement tools
Chapter 9 Offences and penalties
Appendix A Sector risk assessment ratings
Appendix B Quick reference guide