ICAS Anti-money Laundering Regulatory Form

HMRC

The new Money Laundering Regulations 2017 have introduced significant changes to how we will supervise firms for anti-money laundering purposes.

We require all firms supervised by ICAS to complete the ICAS Anti-money Laundering Regulatory Form by Friday 5 January 2018.

  • To ensure all firms conducting Trust or Company Service Provider (TCSP) services are included on the HMRC’s new TCSP Register; and
  • So that we have all the information we need about your firm before we conduct stage 2, the approval process for officers, owners and managers.

To complete the form you will need:

  • Your ICAS Firm Number;
  • The name of your AML Supervisor if not ICAS; and
  • Name and email address of your Money Laundering Reporting Officer (MLRO) and Money Laundering Compliance Principal (MLCP).

You will need to fill out this form for each entity.

If your firm is new or ICAS has no record of the entity and ICAS is the AML supervisor, you will need to complete and submit a New Firm form. Following review of this form, ICAS will inform you that your records have been updated.

For assistance in completing the form please refer to the AML Regulatory Form FAQs .


AML Regulatory Form

AML supervision

e.g. F9999
3. Is this firm already supervised by ICAS for AML *
4. Do you require ICAS to be this firm's AML supervisor? *

If this firm is not supervised by ICAS, go to question 9.


About your firm


Accountancy and TCSP services

6. Does this firm conduct accountancy services?
7. Does this firm conduct any of the following TCSP services?
8. Are there any fit and proper issues with the firms, officers, owners or managers within the firm? See FAQ's for further information regarding fit and proper issues.


Money Laundering Reporting Officer (MLRO)

This address will be sent the confirmation receipt from this form
10. Is the Money Laundering Compliance Principal (MLCP) the same person as the MLRO?


We will process the information you provide in line with our privacy notice.

Topics

  • Anti Money Laundering

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