Are you fit for money laundering? With the course “Risk analysis and data protection for MLRO”, you as Money Laundering Officer learn the most important tasks and obligations for risk analysis according to § 5 AMLA, monitoring and suspicious transaction reports as well as § 58 GwG data protection. The focus of the course “Risk analysis and data protection for MLRO”:

  • Which measures must the risk / hazard analysis necessarily fulfill?
  • What are the due diligence obligations of the Money Laundering Officer?
  • When does a suspicious transaction report have to be prepared?
  • What should be considered in the form and content of the internal and external suspicious transaction report?
  • Data protection for money laundering officers

Book the course “Risk analysis and data protection for MLRO” online. Register online under the product no. L03; convenient and easy with the course registration form.

Price for the Course Risk analysis and data protection for MLRO

Price: 690,– £ excl. 19% VAT.

Included in the price:
Participants documents as PDF,  3-course meal, coffee, tea, soft drinks and snacks in the breaks

Book online with the product no. L03. Convenient and easy with the course registration form online.

 

Risk analysis and data protection for MLRO

Target group for the course “Risk analysis and data protection for MLRO”

  • Managing directors, board members at banks, financial service providers, insurance companies, leasing and factoring companies
  • Money Laundering Officers, Stv. Money Laundering Officers, Compliance and Compliance Executives, Central Office, Internal Audit and Legal Department Officers
  • Money Laundering Officers of Payment Institutions and E-Money Institutions pursuant to § 1 (2a) of the ZAG
  • Domestic branches and branches of comparable institutions domiciled in foreign countries

 

Your benefit with the course “Risk analysis and data protection for MLRO”

  • Risk analysis according to § 5 AMLA: audit-proof preparation and updating of the annual financial statements
  • Suspicious transaction report according to § 43 AMLA: time, form and content
  • Data protection for money laundering officers

 

Your lead with the course “Risk analysis and data protection for MLRO”

All participants receive the S+P Tool Box:

+ Complete documentation for the direct implementation of the anti-money laundering and fraud system (size approx. 80 pages)

+ S+P Tool: risk analysis + determination of appropriate preventive measures and control actions

+ Sample guideline for creating and updating a risk analysis according to § 5 AMLA

+ Audit-proof implementation of the interface GwB and DSB

Courses and Course Venues – Course “Risk analysis and data protection for MLRO”

You will find our courses “Risk analysis and data protection for MLRO” in Berlin, Hamburg, Hanover, Münster, Cologne, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt am Main, Leipzig, Dresden, Stuttgart, Munich, London, Vienna, Salzburg and Innsbruck. The next dates can be found under Course Dates.

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Program for the Course “Risk analysis and data protection for MLRO”

The risk analysis according to § 5 AMLA: audit-proof preparation and updating of the annual financial statements

> Implementation of the 5th EU / 6th EU Money Laundering Directive – New Money Laundering Act

> Structure, structure and content of a risk analysis § 5 AMLA with a focus on money laundering and white-collar crime

> Implement new requirements for the recording, identification and evaluation of risks in a manner that is reliable in the audit

> Establishment of a group risk analysis

> Research and control activities according to the risk classification

 

Each participant receives the S+P Tool Box:

+ Examination assurance and less work with our assessment tools

+ Creation of the risk / hazard analysis and definition of suitable preventive measures and control actions

+ Sample guide for creating and updating a risk / hazard analysis

Risk analysis and company-specific action strategies

> Characteristics, motives and typical profiles of perpetrators

> Action strategies for unusual and conspicuous business relationships or transactions

> Special measures against fraudulent actions or other criminal acts

> Fight against fraud according to § 25h KWG: emergency reactions, preventive measures and emergency measures

> Application notes, case studies and practical experience

 

Each participant receives the S+P Tool Box with the course “Risk analysis and data protection for MLRO”:

+ a catalog of measures against internal and external fraudulent actions

+ Complete documentation for the direct implementation of the anti-money laundering and fraud system (size approx. 80 pages)

Suspicious transaction report according to § 43 AMLA: time, form and content

> When is a suspicious transaction report?

> Form und Inhalt der Verdachtsmeldung: Welche Unterlagen müssen der Meldung beiliegen?

> Interne und externe Verdachtsmeldungen: Pflichten von Mitarbeitern, Meldung von Verdachtsfällen

> Neue Schnittstellen zu Ermittlungsbehörden

> How are customers treated in suspicious transactions?

> Refusal – no execution – new regulations on deadline – liability risks

 

Each participant receives the S+P Tool Box with the course:

+ Checklist for a legally valid suspicious transaction report

 

Data protection for money laundering officers

> New requirements of § 58 GwG on data protection

> Audit-proof implementation of EU GDPR and BDSG-2018

> Proper handling of personal data

> Are there any restrictions on the identity check and due diligence according to the MLA?

> Obligations to correct personal data – §37 GwG

> Interfaces in practice too

  • Processing Inventory Art. 30 EU-GDPR
  • Data protection impact assessment Art. 35 EU-GDPR
  • Deletion Concept Art. 17 EU-DSGVO and DIN Standard 66398

> Group-wide uniform security measures for data protection

> Legal consequences in case of violation of data protection obligations by the Money Laundering Officer

 

Each participant receives the S+P Tool Box:

+ S+P Check: Verification-proof implementation of the interface GwB and DSB

 

Training program for money laundering officers

Are you interested in a certification as a money laundering officer?

Select the appropriate course from our training program Money Laundering Officer. Four courses designed specifically for Money Laundering Officers, Deputy Money Laundering Officers, Central Personnel and Newly Money Laundering Officers.

 

Current information on group-wide risk analysis § 9 GwG with the course “Risk analysis and data protection for MLRO”

According to §9 GwG, obliged persons have to create group-wide procedures. This obligation to create group-wide procedures for the prevention of money laundering and terrorist financing is addressed to German-based obligated parties who are parent companies of a group within the meaning of Section 1 (16) of the MLA. These procedures are specified in § 9 GwG.

In our information blog Group-wide Risk Analysis – Money Laundering Act, you will receive current interpretative information from BaFin

  • Group-wide risk analysis – Money Laundering Act – §9 GwG
  • The more stringent regulations apply
  • Group-wide risk analysis only if the subsidiary is also subject to money laundering obligations on the spot.
  • Approval of the group risk analysis must be done by the parent company’s responsible management body.
  • Group-wide uniform safeguards
  • Appointment of a Group Money Laundering Officer at the parent company
  • Procedures for information exchange within the group
  • Requirements with regard to third countries – Group-wide risk analysis – Money Laundering Act