Online: The Role of the MLRO

Course Outline

The main objective of this course is to focus on the obligations of the MLRO and clearly identify those areas that need to be closely monitored as part of the statutory obligations emanating from current AML-CFT legislation and regulations. The session will also be helpful to assist participants in the development of the Entity Risk Policy.

Who should attend?

This course is mainly addressed to Money Laundering Reporting Officers, Designated Employees, and staff forming part of the Compliance department of the subject person.

Date & Time

Part 1 – Monday 5th October – 1600 -1730hrs

Part 2 – Monday 12th October  – 1600 – 1730hrs

Part 3 – Monday 19th October – 1600 – 1730hrs

Participation Fee

€ 75; payment by bank transfer upon receipt of our invoice with the bank details


To apply kindly use our online registration form.

Registration closes Thursday 1st October.


A certificate of attendance will be issued to all participants who attend the sessions.


Mr. Victor Rizzo Giusti

Victor has a long history with credit institutions and is also a non-executive director of a local bank. During his career, he also served as a MLRO for a credit institution. Between 2012 and 2017, he was the Compliance Officer of GANADO Advocates and responsible for the internal AML-CFT training within the law firm.

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