We all need a sanity check sometimes, and that’s what QA does.
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Experience the freedom of not having to worry about your next audit, and wondering whether you’ve been doing things right. Use our expert quality assurance service to free you from these concerns, and be confident your AML processes have been managed correctly.
We’ll take care of your reporting needs so you can focus on the business of doing business. Whether you require reports to meet your AML obligations or reports to satisfy your Board, we have it covered.
It’s useful to know if some areas of your business have a higher risk base and need closer attention. We can help you discover these risks and plan an approach to mitigate and manage.
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If you can, do ongoing checks on all your AML processes as this will help you understand how well you are meeting your obligations or if there are any gaps. If time isn’t on your side and you haven’t enlisted the help of a reputable AML provider to QA your complete programme, then at the very least QA these six areas:
Don’t panic. If errors are significant, you may want to consider enlisting the help of an expert AML provider, but if you think you can manage things internally, consider why the errors are occurring. Is it about a gap in knowledge with the whole team, or is it one employee creating the errors, or are there consistent errors which are raising concerns about the integrity of those carrying out due diligence?
Whatever the reason for the lack of compliance, if you fix it now, it will make things a whole lot easier in the long run.