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AML/CFT Audit Guideline for risk assessment and AML/CFT programme

Page last updated: 4 Oct 2019

AML/CFT reporting entities are required to have an audit of risk assessment and AML/CFT programme conducted by an appropriately qualified and independent individual every two years, and to keep adequate records of your audit.

Audit Guideline for risk assessment and AML/CFT programme

Audit Guideline for risk assessment and AML/CFT programme

This guidance is to help reporting entities understand the AML/CFT audit requirements in terms of the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism Act 2009, and undertake an effective and credible audit of their risk assessment and AML/CFT programme.

 


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