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Anti-Money Laundering - should you consider electronic identity checking?


06 March 2018 | 08:00 - The Venue, Royal Liver Building, Liverpool


Under the UK's anti-money laundering regime (AML), information from electronic databases is an acceptable form of verification of clients' identities. Electronic identification can be used either as part of a wider process or, where appropriate, as the only source of identification. 


New anti-money laundering legislation comes into force in 2018. Is your organisation looking to electronic methods of verifying identity to help them to meet their AML and Client Due Diligence requirements?


This breakfast seminar provides an opportunity to gain an insight into a winning approach, with presentations by two leading voices on data verification automation and data capture software, Adrian Steventon from Restore Scan, and Libby Terry from Kofax.


The Event

Join us at this our Law Industry specific breakfast event to look at some of the issues you face today and how they can be resolved. Network with your peers in the prestigious surrounds of the Liver Building while you enjoy a breakfast bite to start your day.


Registration, breakfast and networking is from 08:00 and finishes at 10:30.


Prices:

Free for existing Restore customers

£50 for non-Restore customers


Book now by emailing lisa.crickmer@restore.co.uk 


To contact a member of our support team please call 0333 043 5674 or email info@restorescan.co.uk

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