Anti-Money Laundering
Boot Camp

What:
This is a 1-day comprehensive introduction into Anti-Money Laundering. The class cover the origins of money laundering, the foundational laws, how money laundering works, how to spot money laundering, the essentials of Know Your Client and Customer Due Diligence. The class is interactive and pulls from real case experience from the presenter’s case work.

For Whom:
Lawyers, Accountants, Regulators, Investigators, Commercial Bankers Investment Bankers, Insurers, Fund Managers, Custodians, Fund Administrators, M&A Professionals, Real-estate Professionals, Trust Officers, and Compliance Professionals.

What:
This is a 1-day comprehensive introduction into Anti-Money Laundering. The class cover the origins of money laundering, the foundational laws, how money laundering works, how to spot money laundering, the essentials of Know Your Client and Customer Due Diligence. The class is interactive and pulls from real case experience from the presenter’s case work.

By Whom:
L. Burke Files, President of International Due Diligence Organization with experience in conducting due diligence and asset recovery investigations in over 130 countries and having visited over 100 countries. Mr. Files has worked with and or advised Bank and Financial Institutions and their executives on 6 continents. Mr. Files has also conducted comprehensive bank AML audits as well as sought recovery from banks that did lauder the proceeds of crimes.

Where and When:
06 November, 2019
Radisson Hotel – 52 Williams Street
NYC, New York 10005

Why:
This is a comprehensive course for the newbie as well as the person seeking additional actionable information on Anti-Money Laundering. While all boot camps must address theory and the law, this course takes is a step further with real actionable tactic and stratagems to avoid the money launders and better serve their honest client base.

How:
The instructor will cover, through a series of high engaging sessions with real case studies addressing:

• The history of money laundering
• What is money laundering and how does it work
• International conventions and domestic law
• Why KYC and CIP is so important.
• Beneficial Ownership and implementation
• Political Exposed Persons
• Required documentation for every client
• Common money laundering techniques and how to spot them
• More sophisticated money laundering techniques and their red flags
• What is the right amount of due diligence
• Most common fines and letters of concern
• Your AML Manual and compliance processes
• Use of outside counsel to help your AML program
• Filing Suspicious Activity Reports
• Testing your system, training employees and keeping current
• The annual audit and report to the board of directors
• How we get things right and how we get things wrong

A comprehensive syllabus is available. Email us for one here.
[email protected]

By Whom:
L. Burke Files, President of International Due Diligence Organization with experience in conducting due diligence and asset recovery investigations in over 130 countries and having visited over 100 countries. Mr. Files has worked with and or advised Bank and Financial Institutions and their executives on 6 continents. Mr. Files has also conducted comprehensive bank AML audits as well as sought recovery from banks that did lauder the proceeds of crimes.

The students have said:

Thank you – understanding the origins of the law helps me to wrap my mind around better compliance choices.

I like the idea of a compliance manual you can read and understand.

I like the idea of aligning incentives, good training so as to avoid the relentless duplication of work.

I used to think I was the only one obsessed with money laundering, Mr. Files, your even more obsessed then I.

Now I know where the terms Money Laundering and Smurfs really came from!

Register here
Registration fee is $995.00 or $895 if you register by October 01, 2019

Any questions about the program or to request a syllubus – please email [email protected]