Directors, shareholders, company secretaries and or other officers managing trusts, foundations, co-operatives and senior managerial position holders.
- Maximum 8 attendees
- 30 days of one to one support
- Programme director/s with at least a Masters Degree in the subject
- Convenient morning timings or in-house at any time for a minimum of two bookings
- Can be configured to address a number of professions and industry sectors
- Via Skype Interactive Environment
- Available in-house for a minimum of two bookings at no extra cost
EUR495 ex VAT per participant.
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Corporate Service Providers Practice Masterclass
If you work in the corporate service environment and want to hone your skills to a higher professional level this programme is for you. Based over two half days this programme will give any person working in the corporate services field added skills and insight into this profession.
- Understanding the legal, financial and operational obligations of a corporate service provider
- Walk through of the process of handling a customer from point of engagement to point of termination
- Marketing of corporate service provisioning in a B2B, HNW and B2P environment and family businesses
- Review of the Corporate Service Provisioning law (CAP529), subsidiary legislation and regulations thereof
- Review of the various AML and CFT laws related to corporate administration services (CAP373) and (CAP9) of the Criminal Code
- KYC, CDD and EDD processes (on initiation and ongoing)
- Suspicious Transaction Reporting
- MBR paperwork preparation, filing and management thereof
- Memo and Articles, resolutions and CfR filings
- Banking relationships
- Client Risk Management
- Archiving Obligations
Understanding the legal, financial and operational obligations of a corporate service provider
We review the legal framework under the various pieces of legislation that regulate directly and indirectly the corporate service industry in Malta.
Marketing of corporate service provisioning in a B2B, HNW and B2P environment and family businesses
We look at the process from a marketing and onboarding point of view and what are the technical intricacies of such process and how to tap into new markets and manage agents relationships.
KYC, CDD, EDD and UBO onboarding and operational processes (on initiation and ongoing)
We review the KYC, CDD, EDD and the ongoing process of monitoring the operational development and periodic review of clients corporate and UBOs.
Review of the Corporate Service Provisioning law (CAP529), subsidiary legislation and regulations thereof
We review the main piece of legislation regulating the industry and how to ensure our operations are fully complaint.
Review of the various AML and CFT laws related to corporate administration services (CAP373) and (CAP9) of the Criminal Code along with the Companies’ Act (CAP386)
We will have an overview of the secondary laws that regulate the provision of company corporate services and how they impinge on our operations, form filling and operational obligations.
Suspicious Transaction and Activity Reporting
When to raise a STR and SAR and what level of evidence is needed in so doing in order to document the evidence.
MBR paperwork preparation, filing and management thereof (including the Memo and Articles, resolutions and CfR filings)
We will review the various forms to be filled in order to ensure that the MBR is advised on time of any changes in our client legal obligations in terms of regulatory conformance.
We look at the developing banking scene and how banks are currently looking at corporate service providers’ clients the the processes thereof.
Client Risk Management
We look at how to have a risk based approach to ensuring a high level of governance, compliance and the justification of the underlying operations and also the possible winding down of suspicious operations.
Finally we look at the archiving obligations and security thereof in order to meet internal and industry standards in corporate service provisioning.