Sect. 41 Suspicious Matter Reporting Obligation Seminar | Under the Bonnet of the AML Act

Do you want to know more about your Suspicious Matter Reporting obligation?

AML Experts are hosting a seminar on Sect 41 Reporting Obligations as part of the Under the Bonnet of the AML Act series.

The suspicious matter reporting obligation contained in Sect 41 of the AML Act is well known but frequently misunderstood. The reporting obligation is far wider than most people believe which poses risks for reporting entities.

In this seminar, Paddy Oliver and Andrew Ham will tease out Sect. 41 to give you a greater understanding of the reporting obligation and when it applies. A mix of law and operations.

Date: Wednesday, 3rd July 2019 - 1pm to 2pm
Venue: Boardroom, Scottish House Business Centre, 90 William Street, Melbourne
Time: 1pm to 2pm

Price: Free for Reporting Entity Employees, Public Sector, Legal Regulators, Law Society employees etc.
$900 for consultants, advisors and the like.

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Paddy Oliver leads the team at AML Experts. Paddy has extensive experience as a lawyer and compliance management consultant. Importantly for you, he is an experienced Independent Reviewer and Auditor. That means AML Experts is your one-stop-shop for AML Act and AUSTRAC compliance. Paddy can be contacted here.

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