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Who does the Anti-Money Laundering regulation apply to?
The regulations apply to a number of sectors, including accountants, financial service businesses, estate agents and solicitors.
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Who is required to submit a Suspicious Activity Report (SAR)?
Under Part 7 of the Proceeds Of Crime Act 2002 (POCA) and the Terrorism Act 2000 (TACT), any persons in the regulated sector are required to submit a Suspicious Activity Report (SAR) in respect of information that comes to them in the course of their business if they know, or suspect, or have...
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Who is a Politically Exposed Person (PEP)?
A Politically Exposed Person (PEP) is typically a non-UK or domestic member of parliament, head of state or government, or government minister, their family members and known close associates.
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What are some of the factors to consider in performing firm-wide risk assessment?
Money Laundering Regulations 2017 (MLR17) acknowledges that firms can take into account the size and nature of the business in designing their own firm-wide risk assessment.
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What additional obligations are required from regulated firms?
In addition to the stipulated regulations, authorised firms are required to meet additional, but complementary regulatory obligation, to apply policies and procedures to minimise their money laundering risk.
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What are the secondary offences under the Money Laundering regulation?
There are two secondary offences under the money laundering regulation: Tipping-off, where someone informs a person or people who are, or are suspected of, being involved in money laundering in such a way as to reduce the likelihood of their being investigated or prejudicing an investigation. ...
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Who does the money laundering regulations apply to?
The regulations apply to firms and individuals engaged in the following transactions: Managing client money, securities or other assets. Organising contributions necessary for the creation, operation or management of companies. Buying and selling of real property or business entities. ...
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When should a Suspicious Activity Report (SAR) be submitted?
A Suspicious Activity Report (SAR) should be submitted as soon as practical, if you know or suspect that a person is dealing in criminal property or engaged in money laundering.
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What does the term BOOM mean?
BOOM is a terminology adopted within the Accountancy Service Providers (ASPs) sector for Beneficial Owner, Officer or Manager.
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What approach should businesses use to measure the risk of money laundering?
Firms can decide which areas of their business are at risk of money laundering and put measures in place using what is known as ‘risk-based’ approach.
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What is the penalty for tipping off?
The penalty for tipping off can be an unlimited fine and or imprisonment of up to 5 years.
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What is tipping off?
Tipping off is making disclosure any details of a transaction that has been reported, leading to a likely prejudice of a money laundering investigation.
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What is Suspicious Activity Report (SAR)?
A Suspicious Activity Report (SAR) is a piece of information alerting Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) that certain client/customer activity is in some way suspicious and might indicate money laundering or terrorist financing.
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What constitutes the risk-based approach?
The risk-based approach involves: identifying the money laundering risks that are relevant to a business. carrying out a detailed risk assessment of businesses, focusing on customer behaviour, delivery channels, etc. carrying out risk assessment of customers. designing and putting in place...
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When should Client Due Diligence be applied to a high value dealer?
For high value dealers, Client Due Diligence (CDD) should be applied when: payments worth €10,000 or more are made to a supplier. an occasional transaction worth €10,000 or more is carried out.
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