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National 1/2 Day AML Seminars for Estate Agents

5th September 2017

Landmark in conjunction with agency compliance specialists Compliance Matters bring you a series of joint seminars to discuss the changes to the Money Laundering Regulations implemented in June 2017. 
The main focus has been on the need to verify buyers as well as sellers; however, the legislation also places a number of new obligations on agents

Compliance expert David Beaumont will look at each one of the obligations old and new on his 20-point list to enable agents to fully understand the obligations and HMRC requirements.

Renowned for a  common sense approach, David provides a refreshing perspective on handling compliance, providing practical take-home tips on ways to avoid breaches and the dreaded penalties that can follow.


  • 20th September 2017 – Bristol
  • 21st September 2017 – Exeter
  • 27th September 2017 – Wolverhampton
  • 28th September 2017 – Reading
  • 10th October 2017 – London
  • 11th October 2017 – Maidstone
  • 17th October 2017 – Durham
  • 18th October 2017 – Leeds
  • 19th October 2017 – Manchester

Attendance at the session is free of charge for the first delegate from an agency. Additional delegates will be invoiced for £25 + VAT which must be paid prior to attendance.

Places are limited and cannot be guaranteed. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.

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