European Institute of Management and Finance | AML 4TH DIRECTIVE
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AML 4TH DIRECTIVE

AML 4th Directive

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.

Seminar Content:

• 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: 23, 24 January

DURATION: 6 Hours

CPD UNITS: 6

LOCATION: EIMF Premises, Nicosia

TIME: 17:30 – 20:30

FEES: €180 + VAT

Start DateCourse TitleLocationCPD UnitsStatus
5 FebruaryAlternative Investment Funds (AIF) and Undertakings in Collective Investment Transferable Securities (UCITS)Nicosia6UPCOMING
7 FebruaryFundamentals of Fund Administration and CustodyNicosia5UPCOMING
20 FebruaryAML Series: AML FundamentalsNicosia6UPCOMING
27 FebruaryInvestment Fund Administration, Operations & CustodyNicosia 5UPCOMING
8 MarchCII Award in Investment Planning
NicosiaUPCOMING
12 MarchInstitutions for Occupational Retirement Provision (IORP I & II): The EU and Cyprus DirectivesNicosiaUPCOMING
19 MarchFund Administration in CyprusNicosiaUPCOMING
27 MarchOverview of the Cyprus Fund Sector:
A legal Operational Approach
NicosiaUPCOMING
23 AprilFund Administration A to ZNicosiaUPCOMING
10 MayRegulation (EU) 2017/1131 on money market fundsNicosiaUPCOMING
12 MayProspectus Law and Puplic TakeoversNicosiaUPCOMING
17 MayPackaged Retail and Insurance-based Investment Products (PRIIPs)NicosiaUPCOMING
17 MayUnderstanding and Negotiating ISDA Master Agreement OTC DocumentationNicosiaUPCOMING
29 MayAlternative Investment Funds (AIF), AIFMD, and Undertakings for Collective Investment in Transferable Securities (UCITS)Nicosia6UPCOMING
5 JuneInternational Certificate in Wealth and Investment Management (ICWIM) by CISINicosiaUPCOMING

Registration Form

Register Here

If you need help completing the online registration form, please give us a call at 2227 4470 or email us at info@eimf.eu 

Instructor: Mr Alexis Kartalis

Mr. A. Kartalis was born in Athens in 1968. He graduated from the Department of Statistics of Athens University of Economics and Business (ex A.S.O.E.E) in 1991. In 2003 he got an MBA in Finance from ESCEM. He is a certified derivatives clearer.

He started his career from Citibank Athens, where he worked from 1994 till 1997. From 1997 till 2012 he worked at BNP Paribas Securities Services Athens, initially as Head of Securities Operations and then as General Manager.

From September 2013 till today he works as General Manager in GMM Global Money Managers Ltd, a Cypriot mutual funds management company.

He is married and he has two children, while he systematically practices in long distance running