No. of Public CPD Points: 3.0
About the Programme
This Course will provide a clear and in-depth understanding of the requirements of the Legal Profession (Solicitors’ Accounts) Rules (‘SAR’) and the Legal Profession (Solicitors’ Trust Accounts) Rules. The Course will also explain the duties of an approved book-keeper under the SAR.
Completion of this course by a book-keeper satisfies the requirements for training under Rule 11A (2) of the SAR. Mandatory registrants are required to attend the course in its entirety.
Who Should Attend
This course is particularly useful for sole proprietors and employees of law practices with book-keeping responsibilities or any person interested in gaining a better understanding of book-keeping for law practices and pitfalls to avoid in the course of book-keeping for law practices.
Additional e-Learning Modules
This course will be coupled with the following e-Learning modules:
Mod 1: Introduction to AML and CTF
Mod 2: Introduction to the Legal and Regulatory Framework for the Legal Profession to Prevent Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing
Mod 3: Obligation to Conduct Customer Due Diligence (‘CDD’) to Prevent Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing
Mod 4: Obligation to Report Suspicious Transactions (‘STR’) to Prevent Money Laundering
Mod 5: Internal Policies, Procedures, Controls and Training for Law Firms to prevent Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing
Mod 1: Understanding and Managing Risks in a Law Practice Part 1
Mod 2: Understanding and Managing Risks in a Law Practice Part 2
It is compulsory to complete the e-learning modules for those attending this course on a mandatory basis. An e-Certificate of Completion will only be issued after the completion of the course AND e-Learning modules.
More information and access to the e-Learning modules will be provided closer to the commencement date of course after successful registration and payment.
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