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Fiducia In The Media/ 2017-08-10T17:57:51+00:00 August 10th, 2017|

Hang on: help is on its way for lawyers ready to grapple phase two of AML/CFT

Phase two of the AML/CFT Act is clearly going to affect how lawyers and law firms do future business, but is it as daunting as it appears?

Here, Fiducia director Claire Piper talks to the New Zealand Law Society’s LawTalk magazine about the upcoming changes and challenges for New Zealand lawyers. 

In this article, she says all lawyers need to be up to speed on section five of the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism Act 2009 so that they’re 100{37bdd4c223d4a7cf5f55956567c78ad3335a9798c1f68f1890044a4577de9da9} sure they are indeed reporting entities Check out what we had to say about tackling your AML/CFT compliance regime in a strategic, not reactive way, here.

Find out more about how Fiducia can help you get your basics sorted for your legal practice’s AML/CFT regime here.

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