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The aim of this course, will be about offering a thorough understanding, for the junior staff up to the senior executive, of the current AML legislation for CySEC Regulated Firms and more importantly to offer practical solutions for an efficient and effective implementation.
The aim of this course will be about offering a thorough understanding, for the junior staff up to the senior executive, of the current AML legislation for Regulated Firms and more importantly to offer practical solutions for an efficient and effective implementation.
Provides an overview of the MIFIDII regulatory requirements applicable to execution policies and procedures of MIFID-regulated firms. The program covers requirements for execution policy, execution factors, and criteria, typology of execution venues, transparency of execution quality.
Cost of non-compliance will always outweigh the cost of compliance and for your Firm, not fully complying to the current AML Legislation, is not any longer an option. Your Firm has been definitely targeted in the past and your Firm will be definitely targeted in the future, by Criminals and Money Launderers, and the AML Legislation is very strict in both disciplinary and criminal sanctions, in cases that “You have known” or “Ought to have Known” of money laundering performed by your clients.
Analyse the MIFIDII regulatory requirements applicable to policies and procedures of MIFID-regulated firms. Program covers requirements for handling clients’ funds and financial instruments, operational procedures to be implemented in relation to choice and banks and custodians, reconciliation process, governance and operational requirements.
The aim of this seminar is to provide an understanding regarding the funds and trusts legislation and structures as well as the related risks and how to address/mitigate them.
Corruption in business poses severe financial, operational and reputational risks. It hinders economic development and sound business because it creates uncertainty, distorts competition and generates additional costs for businesses. Now more than ever, companies are required to have an up to date understanding of the corruption risks unique to the nature of their operations and should take action to implement effective anti-corruption policies.
This seminar will emphasize primarily on the new AIF Law 2018 as well as on the differences between the current and the previous AIF Law. Particularly, this seminar will provide information regarding the requirements for the application for authorization with CySEC under the new provisions of the AIF Law 2018.
The aim of this seminar is to introduce the participants to the challenges of the latest regulatory transaction reporting regime under the target of reliable transparency. The approach is based on key aspects of the relevant legislation and on the process flow for its implementation.
Gain insights on how fraudsters today commit fraud, assess key fraud risks in an organization and discover common loopholes in the internal policies for a robust fraud detection. This webinar will provide the tools necessary to conduct and manage internal investigations into fraud.
The aim of the seminar is to provide participants with an outline of the CIF’s requirement to develop an internal capital adequacy assessment process (further, ICAAP).
Customer due diligence (CDD) and Know Your Customer (KYC) are at the heart of Anti-Money Laundering (AML). In today’s demanding environment, is required for the service providers in order to comply with AML / KYC requirements ,to establish that their clients are who they say they are and have been transparent about the nature of their business. The inadequacy of customer due diligence, can lead an organization to the facing of significant risks such as reputational, operational, legal risks and sanctions.
The aim of this seminar is to provide insights into the most critical Risk element of the audit process. A valuable opportunity to let a vastly experienced hands-on expert to substantially enhance your knowledge on conducting a risk analysis and assessment in planning that can assure preparation of an appropriate Report.
The objective of this seminar, is to provide an overview of the recent revisions in the International Standards in Auditing, relevant to the external auditor’s report in the areas of : ISA 700 (Revised); Forming an Opinion and Reporting on Financial Statements; ISA 701 Communicating Key ; Audit Matters in the Independent Auditor’s Report; ISA 705 (Revised) ; Modifications to the Opinion in the Independent Auditor’s Report; ISA 706 (Revised); Emphasis of Matter Paragraphs and Other Matters and Paragraphs in the Independent Auditor’s.
This seminar is to guide participants through the necessary procedures required to conduct a proper risk identification, analysis and assessment, enable them to plan the relevant audit procedures that are considered necessary in performing the audit work. This practical seminar/ workshop will emphasize on the application of the International Standards of Auditing linking these to the actual forms commonly used in audit methodologies.
The aim of the seminar is to provide participants with an outline of the CIF’s requirement to develop Recovery Plans. It outlines the principles and methodologies that should be used when establishing Recovery Plans, gives the overview of qualitative and quantitative Recovery Plan indicators and range of stress-test scenarios that should be included in the Recovery Plan in accordance with the EBA guidelines.
The objective of the seminar is to provide participants with an outline of the CIF’s requirements for capital requirements particularly for counterparty credit risk (called – CCR) in accordance with the Capital requirements regulation (called – CRR) and its upcoming changes (called – CRR II).
The objective of this seminar is to practically explain to professionals the changes/amendments in IFRSs that are currently applicable to the preparation of financial statements of various company’s and interpret their significance. Additionally, during the seminar illustrative FS will be used in order for the practically demonstrate the effect of the application of the amended standards.
The objective of this seminar is to provide to participants with the practical knowledge required in order to be able to perform the ECL tests and identify the elements of the FS that will be mostly affected by this. Additionally, the seminar will be based the evaluation of the ECL once these are calculated and their effect on the disclosure notes on the FS.