The Insolvency Rules Committee (IRC) is an expert body that advises on proposed new and amendments to insolvency rules that underpin the wider insolvency legislative framework. Drawn from the legal and accountancy professions, IRC members have many years’ operational experience in insolvency matters. Alison will take up her position on the committee on 1 August 2021.
A licensed insolvency practitioner, and accomplished trainer and public speaker on insolvency issues, Alison has an enviable reputation as a provider of risk management and regulatory compliance consultancy services to insolvency professionals across the UK.
She is a member of R3’s National Council, a participant in the LexisNexis panel of insolvency experts and has extensive experience in drafting regulatory guidance, project management and delivery, and the implementation of organisational change.
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Everyone working in the insolvency profession must be made aware of the Anti-Money Laundering (AML) legislation and of situations which may present heightened risks of money laundering or terrorist financing activity.
Not only is it a legal requirement to receive appropriate training in these areas, your training should be refreshed annually in order to protect yourself and your firm from possible exploitation as a professional enabler.
Written specifically for insolvency professionals by a licensed practitioner with over 25 years’ experience, this training provides useful and practical information to assist you in countering the AML risks that insolvency practitioners face in their daily work.
CPD Learning Outcomes
In this vital annual update on the UK’s anti-money laundering regime, we focus on pitfalls around Customer Due Diligence for insolvency practitioners, the heightened AML risks we face as we emerge from the coronavirus pandemic and refresh your knowledge of the possible offences that can be unwittingly committed under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002.
With billions of pounds having been expended in supporting UK businesses by HM Treasury, this training will examine what this may mean in terms of your Suspicious Activity Reporting obligations and keep you abreast of the latest guidance from AML Supervisors and the National Crime Agency.
Single Individual £75 + VAT
5 person package £200 + VAT
20 person package £700 + VAT
50 person package £1,500 + VAT
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Our packages are flexible and last for 6 months from purchase. It is not necessary for all of the participants within a package to be enrolled on the course at the same time, so if you expect to recruit additional personnel over the coming months, this training can be made available to them at a later date.
Flexible participation at a time convenient to both the participant and their employers
Your staff will receive up to 3 months to complete their training, though we can shorten this period at your request.
ISS Online Learning utilises the ISS Moodle School, a trusted and widely-used virtual learning environment which is accessible via desktop and mobile devices, 24/7.
Supporting materials for future reference
Our training is accompanied by pdf copies of the slide presentations and guidance materials that you can retain for future reference.
Knowledge checking to reinforce learning
The mandatory course knowledge check means that you can be assured that team members have properly assimilated their training, so you can feel confident that positive learning outcomes have been achieved.
Certification to evidence individual participation
Individual certification enables you to demonstrate the provision of appropriate training to your AML Supervisor, should you be called upon to do so.
Provision of metrics to employers
We can help you to keep track of your team’s progress by providing metrics on participation and completion activity at agreed intervals and send reminders to staff at agreed intervals.
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