*FULLY BOOKED*- Webinar on the FIAU’s Supervisory Examinations and Best Practices for DNFBPs


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February 17, 2020

22nd October 2020

The Financial Intelligence Analysis Unit (FIAU) is hosting a webinar on the FIAU’s Supervisory Examinations and Best Practices on Friday 6th November at 11:00am. It will last one hour and will be of interest to all subject persons, particularly the Designated Non-Financial Businesses and Professions (DNFBPs); which encompasses Notaries, Lawyers, Accountants, Auditors, Trustees, Fiduciaries, Corporate Service Providers and Real Estate agents.

The webinar’s aim is to assist subject persons by shedding more light on supervisory examinations, why they are conducted and how they take place. It will deal with the process that takes place during the examination (from the initial notification until the final report) as well as advice on best practices to be adopted.

The webinar is being provided free of charge, and interested persons may register for the session.  Owing to the registration limit, it is being recommended that only one person from each subject person registers for the sessions.

Interested persons may watch a recorded version of the webinar which will be shared by the FIAU following its completion.

Registration for the Webinar will open on Monday 26th October at 9am.

Webinar Guidelines

  • To ensure that everyone connects on time, it is advised to join 15 minutes before the scheduled time to tackle any IT-related issues.
  • Agenda briefing will start according to the scheduled time.
  • The sessions will be recorded for our Guidance & Outreach Initiatives, and will subsequently be posted and shared online.
  • To avoid any disruptions, please keep your microphone muted at all times.
  • Questions can be submitted during the presentation of the session and will be answered in the Q&A session. Please submit only relevant questions.

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