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How to register for the Anti Money Laundering (AML) service?
To use the Anti-Money Laundering (AML) service, you must register with the Information Commissioners Office (ICO) as a Data Controller in order to be assigned a Data Protection Number (DPA). This DPA number will be required in the AML registration process on our website. Equifax, our third party...
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How to use the AML service through the TaxCalc program
The current release of TaxCalc allows AML Identity checks to be run through the TaxCalc application. For existing individuals within TaxCalc, an AML search can be run by following these steps. Open the Client Hub within TaxCalc and open the individual you wish to run a search against. Select...
rating 23 Apr, 2018 Views: 879
Can an AML search be run on a company?
Unfortunately the Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Identity checking service that we offer (via our third party providers Equifax) will only permit searches to be run on UK individuals and therefore this service will not cater for a company search.
rating 28 Jun, 2017 Views: 584
How to use the AML service through our website.
You can access the Anti Money Laundering service from your account by following these steps. Log into our website with your email address and password. Select My Account > My Products and Services. Under Service at the bottom of the page select Start New. Click on Start new search from...
rating 08 Aug, 2019 Views: 546
How to access AML with a secondary account setup for Cloud
It is possible to access the AML module without having to login as the primary account holder. For our CloudConnect users this has the added benefit of not requiring the two factor authentication pin code to be entered. In order to create a secondary AML user : Log into the TaxCalc website...
rating 07 Jul, 2017 Views: 262
AML search results for Powys residents.
We have been made aware of an ongoing issue between Equifax, our AML partners, and Powys Council in Wales. Equifax have not had access to the Powys Council Electoral Roll since 30 November 2017. This means that any searches made on residents of Powys Council may not have returned a correct...
rating 18 Jul, 2018 Views: 86
Getting Started with Anti-Money Laundering (AML)
TaxCalc’s AML Centre helps accountants, bookkeepers and other finance professionals meet their obligations under the Money Laundering Regulations, which apply to their clients and their Firm. AML Centre covers: Firm-Wide Compliance – to identify and assess Firm-Wide risks, record...
rating 10 Jun, 2019 Views: 43
What are my firm's responsibilities to comply with Anti-Money Laundering (AML) regulations ?
To comply with AML regulations and document evidence of compliance, you will need to: appoint an MLRO (Money Laundering Reporting Officer), and stipulate clear reporting procedures to the MLRO perform a firm-wide risk assessment and keep it updated perform a risk assessment on each...
rating 12 Jun, 2019 Views: 28
Where can I find the AML Policies and Procedures document?
The AML Policies and Procedures that firms must adopt are set out in Regulations 19 to 21 of The Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds (Information on the Payer) Regulations 2017
rating 10 Jun, 2019 Views: 27
What are the legal responsibilities of an accountant to report suspicions?
Accountants are legally obliged to report any knowledge or suspicion, or grounds for either. Full definitions can be found in the government’s advice document AML Guidance for the Accountancy Sector Any employee is legally obliged to report suspicions to their Money Laundering Reporting...
rating 12 Jun, 2019 Views: 22

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