Do you suspect that a firm supervised by the Institute is in breach of aml legislation?

Mar 05, 2020

The UK Money Laundering Regulations (Reg 46(2)) require the Institute to provide an effective mechanism to allow reporting to the Institute of actual or potential breaches of the aml legislation.

Should you suspect that a firm supervised by the Institute for aml purposes is not complying with aml legislation you may contact the Institute via the AML Confidential Disclosure Form. You do not have to disclose your personal details, although should the Institute wish to clarify any information, contact details would be helpful.

Irish aml legislation does not provide a specific requirement for the Institute to provide a similar mechanism but should  you suspect that a supervised  firm in Ireland is not complying with aml legislation you may also disclose the information via the AML Confidential Disclosure Form.

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