AMLA: Key Concepts
Money laundering and the financing of terrorism are financial crimes with serious effects on our country's economy, the government, and even our social well-being – as citizens. This module will introduce you to the Anti-Money Laundering Act (AMLA), and will help you understand that AMLA is not just a law to be followed but it is also established to protect you.
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AMLA: Implementing Rules and Regulations
This module will present several featured rules of the 2018 Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) of R.A. No. 9160 Otherwise Known as the AML Act of 2001, as Amended, carefully selected based on their significance and impact on covered persons.
AMLA: Guidelines on Digitization of Customer Records
This module aims to provide learners the salient Guidelines on the Digitization of Customer Records. The AMLC issued AMLC Regulatory Issuance (ARI) A, B, and C, No. 2, series of 2018 regarding Guidelines on Digitization of Customer Records. This new set of guidelines mandates the digitization of customer records in all banks, insurance companies, and other covered persons under the Republic Act (RA) No. 9160 or the Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2001, as amended (AMLA).
AMLA: Guidelines for Identifying Beneficial Ownership
In many well-publicized cases, criminal elements and a number of high-ranking public figures have used dummies, including non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and individuals, to hide their identities. This module will provide guidelines that will help financial institutions identify and verify who their customers really are and where their funding originates from with the ultimate goal of preventing money laundering and terrorist financing (ML/TF).
AMLA: Updated AML Rules and Regulations
This module defines money laundering and the basic policies to combat it. It also recognizes the importance of Risk Management and Internal Audit in preventing money laundering schemes.
This module identifies the four basic AML areas and the types of Due Diligence required for the customers’ corresponding risk profiles. It also provides discussions for the process of filing Covered and Suspicious Transaction Report, BSP Authority and Enforcement Actions, Sanctions, and Penalties.
AMLA: AML Risk Rating System
This module will help you understand the AML Risk Rating System (ARRS). ARRS is part of the BSP’s ongoing efforts to strengthen the financial system’s safeguards against money laundering (ML) and terrorist financing (TF). As a covered financial institution, you are required to thoroughly review and comprehend this training.
AMLA: Rules of Procedure in Administrative Cases
The Rules of Procedure in Administrative Cases (RPAC) is used to protect and preserve the integrity and confidentiality of bank accounts and also ensures that the Philippines will not be used for money laundering. In this module, you will learn that the Rules of Procedure in Administrative Cases (RPAC) is intended to apply to administrative cases for non-compliance, or violations of the AMLA (as amended) and its implementing rules and regulations, and will include the guidelines and issuances of the AMLC.