- Digital tokens are built on a distributed ledger infrastructure often referred to as a "blockchain." These tokens can provide various rights. Cryptocurrency is a type of digital token, and is designed as a medium of exchange. Other digital tokens provide rights to use assets or services, or in some cases represent ownership interests.
When we are all about to completely digest 4AMLD there is already 5AMLD around the corner waiting for us. Therefore, I thought that you would appreciated the following document that compares 4AMLD with the upcoming 5AMLD in a structured and simple way:
Regulators are holding financial institutions responsible for the real-life consequences of anti-money laundering (AML) failures. Firms must reconfigure their transaction monitoring programs to identify the emergent, multi-dimensional money laundering and terrorism finance methods that are defeating today’s rules-based detection scenarios.
Please kindly bear in mind that some of the course titles are subject to changes even though the topics covered will be in-line with the above descriptions.
One or two dates might need to be changed. We will send you in due course the final invite for the above events with the respective booking forms for the seminars, nevertheless we wanted already make you aware of the dates for those events allowing you to make appropriate arrangements to attend the seminars in question.
HM Government of Gibraltar has today published a white paper covering “Token Regulation”. The document can be viewed by clicking on this link to the Gibraltar Finance website.
The British Government has today confirmed that Gibraltar Financial Services providers and Gibraltar gaming operators will continue to have access to the U.K. markets post-Brexit by means of a bilateral arrangement designed to secure freedom of movement of services between Gibraltar and the United Kingdom.
We are thrilled to announce the publication of our Operational Due Diligence Guide to Best Practice Standards.
With MiFID II and the advent of GDPR, compliance and regulatory standards are very much in the spotlight. This means ensuring your firm meets these standards from an operational due diligence (ODD) perspective has never been more important.
As I am sure you are aware Estate Agents and High Value Dealers need now to follow the requirements of the Proceeds of Crimes Act. Non-compliance does of course have potentially severe consequences on your business and the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) has the responsibility of supervising adherence to the law.
Better Understanding your Obligations in terms of Accounting and Disclosure Requirements for Gibraltar Companies
GACO in conjunction with HAT Group of Accountants is very happy to organise this Evening Seminar on the subject of better understanding your obligations in terms of accounting and disclosure requirements for Gibraltar Companies.
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