Anti-Money Laundering ('AML') Guidance
Please note. This guidance is interim guidance only.
CILEx is a Supervisory Authority for the purposes of the Money Laundering Regulations 2007. This means we must monitor effectively the persons we are responsible (through CILEx Regulation) and take necessary measures to ensure their compliance with the requirements of the 2007 Regulations.
This means we can issue guidance to assist our members in complying with the legislation and professional requirements.
The current CILEx AML Guidance has not received HM Treasury approval due to the time frame until the new Money Laundering Regulations come into force and the transposition of the Fourth Money Laundering Directive. For these reasons too, this guidance is subject to further change.
AML Guidance. Title page, definitions and abbreviations
AML Guidance. Contents
AML Guidance. Chapter 1. Introduction
AML Guidance. Chapter 2. The risk-based approach
AML Guidance. Chapter 3. Systems, policies and procedures
AML Guidance. Chapter 4. Customer due diligence
AML Guidance. Chapter 5. Money laundering offences
AML Guidance. Chapter 6. Legal Professional Privilege
AML Guidance. Chapter 7. Terrorist property offences
AML Guidance. Chapter 8. Making a SAR
AML Guidance. Chapter 9. Training
AML Guidance. Chapter 10. Enforcement
AML Guidance. Annex 1. Money laundering directives. A summary
AML Guidance. Annex 2. Practical examples of interests and powers of control
AML Guidance. Annex 3. Table of entity or arrangement types