Cyprus AML 

Cyprus AML aims to capture current and future developments in respects to money laundering, terrorist financing, regulatory compliance, legislative changes and best practices in respects to money laundering and terrorist financing matters in Cyprus.

Cyprus AML In practice

I have been working amidst Cyprus AML issues for several years. My focus has always been offering services to Cyprus companies, funds, and trusts. As well as the various type of possible shareholder structures that are associated with them such as listed entities, partnership funds, registered umbrella funds, and others.

Review, Adjust, Adapt

Cyprus AML is evolving. Every day the existing compliance procedures are reviewed, adjusted and adapted to respond to the equally evolving financial crime attempts.  With the Financial Action Task Force hard at work monitoring the sufficiency of the financial system as well as local regulators such as the Central Bank of Cyprus, the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission, the Cyprus Bar Association and the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Cyprus pushing regulations to its members this category of posts will be very interesting.

Priorities

With matters to consider as a priority being transaction monitoring, client acceptance, risk categorization of clients, the new CySEC directive to it’s members as well a the best practices issued by ICPAC there is an abundant of commentary to prepare and share upon.  I hope you enjoy reading the blog, let me know what you think

Cyprus AML Publications 

EU AML Infrastructure

EU AML Infrastructure

The EU AML Infrastructure is a multilevel rule-based system aimed at raising awareness and mitigating any AML and Terrorist Financing Risk in the EU. Lets take a birds eye view of the European Union’s framework on anti-money laundering, the key players and responsibilities.