Anti-Money Laundering (AML)

Embark on a journey to impeccable compliance with, where we specialize in a comprehensive range of AML solutions and products. From in-depth audits, consulting, and training programs to interim management and outsourcing services, we cover every aspect of legal and regulatory AML requirements. Our portfolio includes meticulously crafted guidelines, policies, procedures, control plans, checklists, and detailed reports. We also offer authoritative commentaries and accredited training certificates, providing you with the tools and knowledge to navigate the complexities of AML compliance. Choose for solutions that transform compliance into an asset.


  • Audit: Thorough compliance audits to evaluate and enhance your AML strategies.
  • Consulting: Expert advice to optimize your AML processes.
  • Training: Customized training programs for comprehensive AML knowledge.
  • Interim Management: Temporary leadership roles filled by AML experts.
  • Outsourcing: Reliable outsourcing of critical AML officer roles.


  • Comment: In-depth commentary on AML regulations.
  • Guidelines: Clear, actionable AML compliance guidelines.
  • Policies: Comprehensive policy frameworks for AML.
  • Procedures: Detailed procedural guides for AML compliance.
  • Control Plans: Strategic plans for effective AML control.
  • Checklists: Essential checklists for AML compliance.
  • Reports: Expert reports for AML and CTF analysis.
  • Training Certificates: Accredited training certificates in AML & CTF.

Discover the perfect blend of solutions and products to navigate the AML & CTF compliance landscape confidently.

  1. Group AML Officer: Focuses on group-wide AML measures and internal safeguards in organizations, ensuring AML compliance across all branches and subsidiaries.
  2. AML Officer: Responsible for implementing and overseeing the AML program within the organization, including training and compliance monitoring.
  3. AML/CTF Strategy: Involves developing and maintaining an effective AML/CTF program, considering the nature and size of the business.
  4. Risk Management: Requires entities to establish a risk management system for identifying and mitigating AML/CTF risks.
  5. Risk Assessment: Obliges entities to conduct regular risk assessments to understand their AML/CTF risks better.
  6. Internal Safeguards: Involves implementing internal controls and procedures to manage and mitigate AML/CTF risks.
  7. Policies, Procedures, and Controls: Relates to developing and maintaining AML/CTF policies and procedures.
  8. Training: Focuses on providing regular AML/CTF training to employees.
  9. Typologies and Current Methods: Deals with staying informed about the latest methods and typologies in money laundering and terrorist financing.
  10. Risk Factors: Involves identifying and assessing risk factors related to customers, products/services, delivery channels, transactions, and countries.
  11. Customer Due Diligence (CDD): Entails conducting due diligence on customers to verify their identity and assess risk.
  12. Simplified Due Diligence (SDD): Relates to less rigorous due diligence measures for lower-risk scenarios.
  13. Enhanced Due Diligence (EDD): Requires additional due diligence measures for higher-risk scenarios.
  14. Know Your Customer (KYC): Involves verifying the identity of customers and understanding their financial activities.
  15. Know Your Employee (KYE): Focuses on screening employees to prevent insider involvement in money laundering.
  16. Contracting Party (Customer): Refers to the entity or person entering into a business relationship with the obliged entity.
  17. Person Acting on Behalf: Relates to individuals acting for or representing a customer.
  18. Ultimate Beneficial Owner (UBO): Identifies the individuals who ultimately own or control a customer.
  19. Politically Exposed Person (PEP): Involves identifying individuals who hold or have held a prominent public function.
  20. Relatives and Close Associates (RCA): Relates to family members and close associates of PEPs.
  21. Record-Keeping: Requires the maintenance of records related to AML/CTF efforts.
  22. Transaction Monitoring: Involves monitoring customer transactions for suspicious activities.
  23. Alert Management: Deals with managing and responding to AML/CTF alerts.
  24. Unusual Activity Reporting (UAR): Involves reporting unusual or suspicious activities.
  25. Suspicious Activity Reporting (SAR): Requires reporting suspicious activities that may indicate money laundering or terrorist financing.
  26. Request for Information (RFI): Entails responding to requests for information related to AML/CTF from authorities.
  27. Whistleblowing: Encourages reporting of internal AML/CTF violations.
  28. Monitoring & Surveillance: Involves ongoing surveillance to detect AML/CT