International Association of Bookkeepers Will Host Two Seminars on Money Laundering Regulations
There will be two seminars throughout November hosted by the IAB and the IFA providing the latest updates on money laundering
London, United Kingdom (PRUnderground) October 10th, 2013
The two seminars in November 2013 hosted by the International Association of Bookkeepers and the Institute of Financial Accountants (IFA) will be featuring presentations from HMRC and the Pensions Regulator.
The seminar events will be taking place in Bristol on November 13 and London on November 26, each seminar will be open to both members and non-members of each organisation.
“Bookkeepers and accountants have a key role to play when it comes to identifying and preventing money laundering, and they need to understand their responsibilities and keep up to date with changes in legislation,” said Malcolm Trotter, Chief Executive of the IAB.
“This seminar will give delegates the latest information on that legislation, as well as featuring sessions with experts in tax and pensions regulations.”
Both events run from 9.30am-4.10pm and cost £70 for members of the IAB and IFA and £90 for non-members.
The Bristol event takes place at Engineers’ House, The Promenade, Clifton Down, Bristol, BS8 3NB.
The London event is at Grand Connaught Rooms, 61-65 Great Queen Street, Holborn, WC2B 5DA.
To book a place, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The International Association of Bookkeepers provides bookkeeping courses, training, exams and qualifications to both members and non-members.
About The International Association of Book-keepers
The International Association of Book-keepers is the leading professional body for members who provide bookkeeping and accounting services to accounting firms and businesses. The IAB also provides training, courses and qualifications to help members become a certified bookkeeper.