Location: Upper Hall, Loch Promenade Church, Douglas.
This session is with coffee and registration from 2.15 pm.
Cryptocurrency and blockchain assets present new challenges and opportunities for financial crime. Financial institutions need to remain vigilant and be agile to stay ahead of nefarious actors.
This seminar will review the key considerations for AML risk management in relation to cryptocurrency and blockchain assets.
• Overview of cryptocurrencies and how they work
• Overview of the blockchain and how it works
• How cryptocurrencies and blockchain can be used to support criminal aims and objectives
• Identification of AML high risk indicators for cryptocurrency transactions
• Case studies in the use of cryptocurrency and blockchain by criminals and terrorists
All course costs and administration charges are exclusive of GST which, if applicable, will be added to the invoice. All fees must be paid in full within 14 days from the date of the invoice.
Cancellations must be made in writing prior to the start date of the course. Course fees will be payable dependent upon the amount of notice given: 7 or fewer days’ notice prior to start date,100% of total fee will be payable; more than 7 days notice, 50% of total fee will be payable; more than 28 days notice, no fees will be payable.
Students may defer to a later date, subject to availability, andprovided 14 days notice is given. Amendments to an existingbooking may also be requested. Deferrals, transfers, amendments and any refunds due may have administrative charges levied of £25 for refunds; £10 for amendments and 25% of the course fee for deferrals or transfers. Jersey International Business School reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to refuse to accept any booking.