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The Matheson AML Toolkit

AUTHOR(S): Joe Beashel
PRACTICE AREA GROUP: Financial Institutions, Regulatory Risk Management and Compliance
DATE: 13.02.2019

Click here for the Matheson AML Toolkit, a guide to AML in Ireland which includes:

  • a consolidated version of the Criminal Justice (Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing) Act 2010 reflecting the changes to same brought about by the Criminal Justice (Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing)(Amendment) Act 2018;
  • a "Highlights" document which details some of the key changes brought about by the 2018 Act;
  • an in depth look into Section 108 A and Schedule 2 Firms and what it means for our heretofore unregulated clients;
  • commentary on the Central Bank of Ireland’s CP 128 - Consultation on Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism Guidelines for the Financial Sector; and
  • a brief overview of the General Scheme of the Criminal Justice (Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing)(Amendment) Bill 2019 recently published by the Department of Justice.

Should you have any queries in respect of the materials included in The Matheson AML Toolkit, please contact a member of the AML team:

Joe Beashel
Partner 
T: +353 1 232 2101 | E: joe.beashel@matheson.com

Louise Dobbyn
Senior Associate
T: +353 1 232 2094 | E: louise.dobbyn@matheson.com

Lorna Daly
Senior Associate
T : +353 1 232 3012 | E: lorna.daly@matheson.com

Ian O'Mara
Associate
T: +353 1 232 2874 | E: ian.omara@matheson.com

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