This session will explore the changing role of the MLRO in Guernsey, its roots in the embryonic regulation of Guernsey’s financial service industry and increasing requirements of the role. Delegates will understand how the role fits into modern financial services businesses and also be given an overview of what could go wrong if the role is not given the consideration it is due; hearing about current cases and the Guernsey regulatory approach.
This session will cover the following topics:
- The evolution of the role of the MLRO in Guernsey
- Current statutory requirements for financial service businesses
- The competing pressures on the role of the MLRO
- the regulator’s approach
- Protections available
The changing nature of financial crime has led to the evolution of those monitoring financial crime within financial service businesses and the development of the role of the MLRO in particular.
Delegates will understand how the role has evolved, statutory requirements for financial service businesses and how the MLRO is becoming an increasingly important figure.
The course will also examine the local regulatory approach.
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