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Response to our Submissions
Please see the below response to our recent submissions to the Attorney-Generalís Department regard the current review of the ALM/CTF statutory review.
Please contact me as soon as possible if you would like to attend the planned round table discussions.
Thank you for your recent submission to the Attorney-Generalís Department consultation on the extension of the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing regime.
We are now planning a number of roundtables in Sydney on Monday, 6 March 2017 as the next step in the consultation process. We would like to sit down with representatives from your sector to discuss your submissions, issues raised and next steps. Also in attendance at these roundtables will be KPMG consultants who have been engaged to carry out the cost-benefit analysis of the regime extension.
Grateful if you can advise whether you, or another representative from your business or organisation would be available to participate in Sydney on 6 March.
AML/CTF statutory review implementation (posted on 20 February 2017)
Further to my previous correspondence to you regarding the Consultation Paper that emanated from last year's AML/CTF statutory review I report that our submissions have now been lodged.
Click here to read our submissions.
AML/CTF statutory review implementation (posted on 25 November 2016)
We recently received this email from the Attorney-Generalís Department. I urge you all to read the email and the associated Consultation Paper which is directed to Trust and Company Service Providers.
We are invited to make written submissions by 31 January 2017. We welcome any feedback or comments you wish to include in our submission. Please direct same to email@example.com
The submission will be made by CBIA Inc.
Click here to read Consultation Paper.
by CBIA Inc to the Attorney-General's Department
In November 2008, CBIA Inc lodged its submissions in relation to the
second tranche of the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing
Act 2006 ('AML/CTF Act') released by the Attorney-General's Department
Resulting from these submissions, in December 2008 Judi White & Russell
Scott of CBIA Inc conferred with representatives of the Criminal Justice
Division of the Attorney-General's Department and AUSTRAC in respect
of the nature of the ASIC registry industry and our submissions.
To obtain a copy of the submissions and keep abreast of the developments
in this area please consider joining CBIA Inc. Click here to download
the application form.
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