Directeur général Commission de surveillance du secteur financier (CSSF)
Jeudi 22 mars 2018 09:30 - 12:45 Ajoutez ce RDV dans iCal
NEIMËNSTER 28, RUE DE MÜNSTER 2160 Luxembourg Luxembourg Plan d'accès
Workshop : Cycle Finance & Legal
Fighting money laundering - all Luxembourg-based companies affected
Indeed, the Luxembourg legislator is now required to transpose the fourth anti-money laundering directive. Alongside the obligation of due diligence towards clients by which Luxembourg-based professionals (banks, insurance companies, lawyers, notaries, finance professionals, property agents, etc.) are currently bound, all Luxembourg-based companies are required to gather and to hold appropriate, accurate and up-to-date information regarding their effective beneficiaries (including details of the effective interests held). This data must then be submitted to a central register of effective beneficiaries (to be put in place by the Luxembourg legislator). The workshop will provide an opportunity to better understand questions that Luxembourg-based professionals currently have with regards to their professional obligations and to understand the obligations soon to be imposed upon Luxembourg-based companies through a series of practical examples.
Expert: Carine Lecoq, Dentons
Level: Beginner - Intermediate
- To gain an understanding of the definition of an effective beneficiary
- To identify the data that will need to be gathered by Luxembourg-based companies and submitted to the central register
- To know who will have access to the central register of effective beneficiaries and under what conditions
- To be familiar with the responsibilities that will fall upon the various players involved in the event of non-compliance
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