The enforcement of AML compliance: The risks and how firms can prepare

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The Enforcement of AML Compliance

Criminal attacks on the manual anti-money laundering (AML) processes that many legal firms still rely on today are becoming more sophisticated. For these firms, getting AML compliance wrong is risking committing a serious offence. With dire professional and personal repercussions.

In its duty to set and enforce high professional standards, the SRA is increasingly active in clamping down on ill-prepared firms. As of the end of May 2022, the maximum fine the SRA can issue will jump 1,150%, from £2,000 to £25,000.

It’s more important than ever for compliance professionals to be up-to-date with ever-changing regulations. And to be aware of the policies, controls, and procedures to meet them.

In this exclusive online event, hear from a panel of compliance experts and stay on top of the latest AML guidance from the SRA to meet these new threats.

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