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Anti-Money Laundering

Edited By Tim Gough


An essential practical guide for compliance professionals, lawyers and regulatory consultants on how to implement a proportionate and effective anti-money laundering regime.

Publish date: 1 Dec 2005

Availability: In stock


Book description

Focuses on how a system can be constructed to prevent firms from being used to further financial crime, and how to avoid regulatory penalties.

Looks at how firms can implement legislation, guidance, regulations and advice that has been released from a variety of sources, both national and international.

Contains practical guidance on the implementation of a compliance regime, rather than detailed descriptions of legislations or glamourised versions of the money laundering process.

Topics covered include:

  • Customer identification
  • The role of the money laundering reporting officer
  • Staff training and awareness
  • Internal reporting and reporting to the National Criminal Intelligence Service
  • Systems and controls to prevent money laundering
  • Keeping up-to-date with national and international developments in anti-money laundering

Book details

Publish date
1 Dec 2005
155mm x 235mm

Editor biography

Tim Gough

Tim Gough is the Regional Head of Privacy and Information Risk for Europe and Asia at the Royal Bank of Canada. Prior to working at RBC, Tim worked for the Royal Bank of Scotland, and in the Governance and Regulation practice at Deloitte. Prior to working in the financial services industry, Tim spent a year as a graduate trainee at Macmillan publishers, working on academic politics and economics titles, and previously edited Anti-Money Laundering: A Guide for Financial Firms for Risk Books.

Tim is a member of the BBA Data Protection Panel and a committee member of the Data Protection Finance Group, and holds the ISEB Certificate in Data Protection.

Table of contents

1. Dealing with Complex KYC

Ed Williamson

The Royal Bank of Scotland

2. Managing Global AML

John Flynn


3. PoCA Issues

Dave Powers


4. Managing AML Awareness and Training

Tim Gibson

Redtray Ltd.;

5. Role and Responsibilities of the MLRO

Jenny Esdaile and Shaun O’Leary

Huntswood Consulting

6. Local Management of AML Responsibilities

Chris Oldland


7. Electronic Verification

John Cannon


8. Risk-Based Approach

Nick Matthews


9. Managing Internal and External Reporting

Emma Hardaker


10. Healthchecking and Benchmarking your AML Regime

Tim Gough

The Royal Bank of Scotland


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