Circular to Licensed Corporations and Associated Entities - Anti-Money Laundering / Counter-Terrorist Financing
Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorist Financing Seminars
17 Sep 2012
The SFC, together with the Financial Services and the Treasury Bureau and the Joint Financial Intelligence Unit, will jointly host three half-day anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing (“AML/CFT”) seminars on 17 October 2012 and 19 October 2012. The seminars will be held at the Lecture Theatre, G/F, Hong Kong Central Library, Causeway Bay.
Objectives & Rundown
The objectives of the seminars are-
- To enhance their understanding of the statutory obligations and practices of suspicious transaction reporting; and
- To examine some key aspects of AML/CFT compliance issues, from the regulator’s perspective and a private sector perspective
Please refer to Appendix 1 for rundown and speakers of the seminars.
Who should attend
You are invited to nominate relevant management / supervisory personnel and compliance officers to attend. The seminar is free of charge and 3 CPT hours will be offered to those who attend the whole session.
Each firm should only submit one enrolment form. Please complete and return the attached enrolment form (Appendix 2) on or before 3 October 2012 by fax at 2293-4087 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Enrolments are subject to a maximum of 3 places per firm. As seats are limited, we will attempt to allocate the nominees listed as first priority in all enrolment forms received by the deadline on a first come first served basis. Any remaining seats will be allocated to the other nominees in the order of priority and if possible, according to their time of preference.
The SFC will send the confirmation slip directly to successful applicants at least two days before the seminar. Please present your confirmation slip for admission at the venue.
If you have any queries, please contact Ms Kiki Wong at 2840-9569.
Intermediaries Supervision Department
Securities and Futures Commission
Page last updated : 19 Sep 2012