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About This Webinar

Law firms face considerable money laundering risks and these have only been heightened during the COVID pandemic. However, the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) has reported significant shortcomings in AML audit, screening, risk assessments, and source of funds checks amongst solicitors, as well as failures to follow policies and procedures at many firms.
In this webinar, we consider why law firms prove attractive to money launderers and identify the legal services most at risk from financial criminals. We also provide guidance to lawyers on how to comply with their anti-money laundering obligations.

When: Tue, Dec 14, 2021 · 9:30 AM · London
Duration: 1 hour
Language: English
Who can attend? Anyone with the event link can attend
Dial-in available? (listen only): Yes
Dial-in Number: Please register for this Webinar to view the dial-in info.
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter
Vice President ICA
Pekka is Vice President of ICA. Pekka has many years’ experience as a practitioner in Financial Crime Compliance and has spent the last 11 years helping ICA to become the world’s most respected professional body and training provider in Compliance and Risk.
Webinar hosting presenter
Director of Risk & Compliance, Howard Kennedy LLP
Rebecca Atkinson is Director of Risk and Compliance at Howard Kennedy LLP and heads up the firm's risk function. Rebecca was called to the English Bar in 2006 and is also a Solicitor and New York Attorney. Rebecca is a regular writer having published two books- Assessing and Addressing Risk & Compliance in Your Law Firm (August 2020) and Financial Crime A Compliance Manual (September 2021) as well as authoring practice notes for PLC and will shortly be updating the AML chapter of Cordery on Legal Services. Rebecca also sits on Boards and Committees and has recently been appointed to the Law Society Regulatory Processes Committee for a 3 year term.