Trade-based money laundering will be the subject of the Association of Corporate Service Providers’ seminar on Thursday, June 21.
Sponsored by DQ Advocates, the session will be with the Customs and Excise Division’s Ray Todd who will explain how trade-based money laundering disguises the origins and proceeds of crime and integrates illicit funds into the formal economy. Mr Todd will highlight the associated risks those engaged in legitimate international trade movements might encounter, offer advice on where to seek further information and assistance, and indicate whom to contact should incidences of trade-based money laundering be suspected.
The seminar will be at the Upper Hall, Loch Promenade Church, Douglas with registration at midday for a prompt 12.30pm start. Subject to the number of questions and contributions from the audience it is anticipated the event will finish around 1.30pm.
The seminar is free to staff of member firms and associate members of the ACSP.
For bookings contact Antonia King, email@example.com
l DQAdvocates will be keeping a close eye on TT fortnight as the firm is continuing its ‘electric’ partnership with Belgian superbike brand Saroléa.
Following the success of the bike at the Isle of Man TT in 2015, where Saroléa, with rider Robert Wilson, became the first European constructor to break the magic ‘tonne’ in the TT Zero race, this formidable team has been working non-stop, building towards TT 2016 and the evolution of their electric superbike brand.
See more at: http://www.dq.im/about-us/team-sarolea