Belgium-Brussels: Development and Organisation of Training for Lawyers on Anti-money Laundering and Counter Terrorist Financing Rules at EU Level
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: https://ec.europa.eu/newsroom/just/news.cfm
Section II: Object
Development and Organisation of Training for Lawyers on Anti-money Laundering and Counter Terrorist Financing Rules at EU Level
The general objective of the contract is to train, raise awareness and promote the dissemination among lawyers of the key principles and concepts of the EU AML/CTF rules. The purpose of the contract is to analyse, assess and support lawyers’ needs by increasing their awareness on their role and obligations in the fight against money laundering and financing of terrorism under the Directive.
The specific objective is that the training programme reach the largest possible audience of lawyers throughout the Union. In particular, the training activities may help the lawyers concerned to answer how they can best:
— access and understand relevant AML/CTF obligations; reflect on the ways lawyers and law firms may be misused in the context of money laundering and terrorist financing,
— reflect on practices lawyers and law firms can adopt in their particular jurisdiction and in accordance with the relevant bar rules, to ensure the highest ethical standards of the profession are maintained,
— identify the problem that may arise in the interpretation of specific provisions in the light of hypothetical and actual cases and in view, in particular, of the continuity of their business relations with their clients and other considerations.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
See Internet address provided in Section I.3).
Section IV: Procedure
Commission building MO59, rue Montoyer 59, 1040 Brussels, BELGIUM.
Section VI: Complementary information
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