This session will guide delegates through the steps they need to take and issues they need to be aware of when allegations of money laundering are made against trust assets.
This session will cover the following topics:
- The role of the Trustee
- How a Trustee should respond to allegations of money laundering in relation to trust assets
- Best practice approach
- Potential recovery methods
- How to protect your client and yourself
The use of trust funds to structure the wealth of private individuals and others for future generations is common practice in Guernsey. The assets which such trust funds hold can in turn be of high value or importance and can lead to disputes.
In this session we will examine the issues a trustee faces when allegations of money laundering are made in respect of the trust fund or its assets and how a trustee should approach any such allegations.
Delegates will learn what steps they should be taking in order to fulfil their fiduciary duties and their own position, potential recovery methods which could be used including unexplained wealth orders and confiscation orders.
This course will provide practical guidance on how fiduciaries can protect their clients’ interests, and their own, without getting caught in the middle.
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