Guernsey fiduciaries’ obligation to report suspicion: STEP lecture to hear from Financial Investigation Unit
The obligation to report suspicion, the definition of suspicion, changes to legislation and an update from the Financial Investigation Unit is STEP Guernsey’s final Collas Crill sponsored lunchtime lecture in the 2013/2014 series this Thursday.
Adrian Hale, senior investigation officer at the Financial Investigation Unit, will explain the obligation to report suspicious transactions or activity, the definition of suspicion and the rationale for internal reporting. He will also share updates from the FIU including statistics, typologies and changes to the legal framework.
Adrian’s 24 years’ service in the Guernsey Border Agency started in general administration, progressing to a uniformed officer on the border controls and then an investigation officer. Promoted to Senior Investigation Officer in 2000, he moved to the Financial Intelligence Service until 2005, when he moved to the role of a Senior Officer of a border controls team until 2009. Adrian moved back to the Financial Investigation Unit in 2009 and is currently the senior investigation officer at the Financial Intelligence Service within the FIU.
The lunchtime lecture on Thursday 3 July starts at 12 noon at the OGH Hotel.
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