The 4th Anti-Money Laundering Directive expands the Third Directive by broadening AML oversight to include new areas such as external threats to domestic markets, while introducing more stringent rules regarding ultimate beneficial ownership. That in turn will require intensifying compliance efforts in areas like correspondent banking and asset management. In this webinar, expert panelists detail smart strategies for incorporating the Fourth Directive initiatives into existing compliance functions.
• Introduction of the concept of the Risk Based Approach
• Enhanced beneficial ownership requirement; Adapting CDD models and record-keeping
• Changes in the treatment of Politically Exposed Persons (PEPs) – Ensuring compliance models and best practices
• Changes in policies and procedures
• Changes in the penalties regime
• Changes in the cash payments
• Risk assessments that includes cross-border threats to domestic markets
Who should attend:
Compliance and AML Compliance officers of Banks, Funds, Fund Managers, CIFs, FX, Binary Options and IFs. Also consultancy and fiduciary services providers catering towards the financial services sector.
What will you learn
• Understanding money laundering and terrorist financing, and the sanctions against said practices
• How financial Institutions are vulnerable to money laundering and terrorist financing
• Practical Examples
• Legal and Regulatory Framework
• Reporting obligations of staff and risk-based approach
• Case studies from Cyprus and Abroad
DATES: 7 November
DURATION: 6 Hours
CPD UNITS: 6
LOCATION: EIMF Premises, Nicosia
TIME: 9:00 – 16:00
FEES: €180 + VAT
If you need help completing the online registration form, please give us a call at 2227 4470 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Instructor: Christina Livada
Dr Christina Livada is a Lecturer of commercial law at the Faculty of Law of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. Her main fields of specialization are company law, public and private banking and capital markets law, as well as consumer protection law. She is the author of several books and articles in the abovementioned fields. Christina Livada is working for the last fifteen years at the Hellenic Bank Association as a Special Legal Advisor (currently on a part-time basis), responsible for the regulatory issues pertaining to banking, capital markets and consumer protection law. She is a member of the corporate governance Working Group of the Hellenic Corporate Governance Council for the review of the Greek Corporate Governance Code. She is also member of the Hellenic Association of Banking and Capital Markets Law and responsible for the content of the scientific Review Financial Law.
She obtained her PhD from the Faculty of Law of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens in 2004. In 1996, she obtained her D.E.A. in International Law (International Private Law and Commercial Law) from the Panthéon-Assas University (Paris II). In 2000 she was awarded a research scholarship from the Swiss Institute of Comparative Law in Lausanne. In 1995 she completed her undergraduate studies at the Faculty of Law of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.