AML – The use of agents (including law firms) for facilitation of money laundering

Anti Money Laundering - Earn 1 CPD Point in Hong Kong

AML – The use of agents (including law firms) for facilitation of money laundering

AML – The use of agents (including law firms) for facilitation of money laundering

Anti-Money Laundering is an important area of risk law firms should focus on preventing in Hong Kong. In this course, we will explore examples of money laundering, how to identify potential risk to your law firm, and how to prevent the risk.
In this course you will learn:
  1. What is money laundering
  2. Purpose of money laundering
  3. History of money laundering
  4. Predicate offences to money laundering
  5. Why is “dirty money” a problem
  6. Hong Kong, Europe, United Kingdom, United States Regulations
  7. How does money laundering works
  8. Professional Money Launderers
  9. How are agents regulated
  10. DNFBPs in Hong Kong
  11. Which agents may be exploited by money launderers
  12. How can law firms protect themselves
This CPD course is accredited by the Law Society of Hong Kong for CPD credits.
 
Legal Beagle Expert Speaker Nadia Lazareva

Legal Beagle Expert Speaker Nadia Lazareva

Nadia Lazareva instructs this course. She is a qualified lawyer with a background in risk management, Anti-Money Laundering, compliance, sanctions and reputational risk prevention. She has lived and worked in Hong Kong and China since 2009 and has trained extensively in the areas noted above across Asia Pacific.