The Money Laundering Regulations and predicate legislation are more prescriptive regarding the approach firms should take to managing risk.

A formal and regular process to identify and assess the potential money laundering, terrorist financing and predicate crime risk. Taking into account of its products and services, types of clients, the jurisdiction it operates in, the complexity and volume of transactions and the delivery channels it uses. The broader objective of the risk assessment is to point the way to proportionate controls to mitigate and manage the identified risks.

The specific purpose is to determine the appropriate due diligence measures reflecting the type of client, business relationship, product of transaction involved.

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