The aim of this seminar is to assist all related parties in understanding their reporting obligations under the law and how to execute such obligations.
The objective is to be able to understand the difference between a suspicious activity and a suspicious transaction, facilitate their recognition and the steps that need to be applied in order to produce a good quality report.
The seminar applies to members of the Compliance, Risk and Internal Audit Units to both public and private companies.
Olivia Parpa has studied Law at Bristol University and then trained to qualify as a Chartered Accountant with the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ACA). She obtained her practical experience at Langley & Partners in London and then started off her career as a CFO in a private company. She currently the Managing Director of a large financial institution in Cyprus, having also performed the role of the Compliance Officer as of 2009. Her current duties include overseeing the Compliance and Risk function of the financial institution and the application of the money laundering and corporate governance regulations.
Olivia is a long-standing associate of Globaltraining, having delivered lectures for many professional structured courses and seminars. Seminar topics that she has delivered in the past include the role of the Compliance Unit, the Money Laundering Unit and the Risk Unit as well as the application of the Corporate Governance rules of the Cyprus Stock Exchange. ACA courses delivered by Olivia for Globaltraining include Business & Finance, Business Strategy, Law and Case Study. Since the MiFID application in Cyprus 2007, she has been the leading Globaltraining lecturer for the Cyprus Investment Firm Employees’ certification issued by CySEC.
Introduction - The importance of reporting
Compliance offcer's responsibilities
Documenting Reporting Decisions
Identifying suspicious transactions and report indicators