Anti-money Laundering

An anti-money laundering consultant can help your organization in a number of ways, such as:  

  1. Reviewing and analyzing an organization’s anti-money laundering (AML) policies, procedures, and controls to ensure they are in compliance with relevant laws and regulations.
  2. Identifying and assessing money laundering risks within the organization and recommending appropriate controls and mitigation measures.
  3. Providing guidance and training to staff on AML-related topics, such as suspicious activity reporting and customer due diligence.
  4. Monitoring changes in laws and regulations that may impact the organization and advise leadership on necessary adjustments to policies and procedures.
  5. Conducting regular AML-related audits and assessments to ensure ongoing compliance.
  6. Collaborating with other departments, such as compliance, legal and risk management, to ensure AML compliance with all relevant laws and regulations.
  7. Assisting in the development and implementation of AML-related programs, such as customer due diligence and transaction monitoring.
  8. Preparing and submitting reports to senior management and the board of directors on AML activities and findings.