The approximately hour-long recording is split into two parts:

Part one – suspicious matter reporting

  • the value of suspicious matter reporting
  • the dos and don'ts of suspicious matter reporting
  • the benefits of producing quality suspicious matter reports

Part two – obligations of digital currency exchange providers

  • enrolment and registration
  • anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing (AML/CTF) program requirements
  • reporting obligations
  • policy principles

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Last updated: 8 Apr 2024
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