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Agents fined £246,665 for failing to comply with Money Laundering Regulations

Money Laundering could cost you more than you think – three estate agents based in London, Northamptonshire and Cardiff have been fined a total of £246,665 by the OFT, for failing to comply with the Money Laundering Regulations 2007. From 31 March 2014, HM Revenue & Customs have taken over the powers and responsibilities for enforcing money laundering regulations against estate agents, from the OFT.

Money Laundering offences lead to a criminal conviction – you are at risk of a fine or imprisonment if your business does not have the policies and procedures to combat money laundering.

As one of the largest firms specialising in residential conveyancing in the UK, Simply Conveyancing Property Lawyers are holding 3 national conferences to share their expertise with the estate agency industry in how to comply with Money Laundering Regulations.

FREE Anti-Money Laundering Conference
Key speakers include:
Tom Horrocks
Solicitor, Head of Legal at Simply Conveyancing Property Lawyers and former CEO of the Council for Licensed Conveyancers

Martin Churchill
UK Financial Intelligence Unit
National Crime Agency

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12 June 2014 9.30am-1pm
Best Western Plus Manor Hotel
Main Road, Meriden, Solihull
West Midlands CV7 7NH

17 June 2014 9.30am-1pm
Manchester Airport Marriott Hotel
Hale Road, Hale Barns
Manchester WA15 8XW

19 June 2014 9.30am-1pm
Radisson Blu Edwardian Heathrow
140 Bath Road, Hayes
Middlesex UB3 5AW

The conference will cover:

  • How criminals try to use your estate agency business to launder money
  • Criminal offences which owners/directors are likely to commit – failure to have written policies, processes and controls to combat money laundering, failure to keep records of client ID and regular staff training
  • Criminal offences agency staff are likely to commit – Arrangement/Tipping off/Failure to report/Failure to have written policies/Failure to have written procedures (ID and ISR)/Failure to keep training records/Failure to keep notification records
  • How to avoid falling foul of the Money Laundering Regulations 2007
  • Knowing what to look out for
  • Placement/ layering – moving money into and out of accounts to create distance from criminal source
  • Integration – buying assets, businesses
  • Combined cycle – including placement/ layering/ integration
  • Managing your risk through effective reporting processes, appointing a MLRO and use of ISR and NCA reports

We look forward to seeing you there.

Ashley King
Chief Executive
Simply Conveyancing Property Lawyers

Limited spaces available Click here to book NOW



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