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The pressure on financial institutions to adequately mitigate the risks of money laundering and terrorist financing is increasing. Not only society, but also the supervisory authorities are placing increasing emphasis on combating financial-economic crime.
As a financial institution you fulfill a gatekeeper function and you must comply with the requirements of the Wwft (Anti-Money Laundering and Anti-Terrorist Financing Act) and Sanctions Act. To this end, you must systematically map out your risks and take the appropriate control measures. Surveys by the supervisory authorities show, however, that institutions have difficulty in drawing up risk analyses and determining the correct control measures. Also the translation of this into daily practice remains a tricky point. Charco & Dique can help you interpretate the Wwft and Sanctions Act, so that you are always compliant and your good reputation is preserved.
Employees and daily policy makers of financial institutions should be familiar with the provisions of the Wwft and have a periodic training obligation to this end. The Wwft Awareness course of our training institute, The Ministry of Compliance, helps you to meet this obligation. By following the Wwft e-learning you will learn what the Wwft and Sanctions Act mean and which responsibilities financial enterprises have in the prevention of money laundering and terrorist financing. Using practical examples, you will learn about the financial sector as gatekeeper, customer due diligence and monitoring during the business relationship.More about the Wwft awareness e-learning