AML for New Entrants
This course will give new entrants to the industry a grounding in the risks of financial crime, including money laundering, countering the financing of terrorism, bribery and corruption and how it is relevant to their role. This is aimed at beginners in the financial services sector.
The course will start with what types of financial crime there are, how they are committed, how the regulations in Guernsey act to prevent it happening on-island, the role of delegate in preventing financial crime and how they go about reporting any suspicion.
Delegates will gain a basic understanding of how financial crime is carried out, the implications of it through case studies and their responsibilities under the legislation in force in Guernsey.
Jo Carré has fifteen years’ experience of working in the finance sector in Guernsey, including eight years at the Guernsey Financial Services Commission, where she worked in the Fiduciary Division. As part of her role at the GFSC Jo completed numerous onsite inspection visits of local fiduciaries. Over the years Jo has held approved positions, including director of an investment licensee, and MLRO and compliance officer of both investment and fiduciary licensed entities. Jo holds a law degree and has obtained the International Compliance Association Diploma in Compliance.
Jo has recently co-founded Centillion Consulting Ltd providing advice directly to businesses in respect of compliance with local legislation, undertaking reviews of governance and risk frameworks, delivering regulatory focused projects, and drafting manuals and procedures.