Guernsey AML CPD Series 2019 Seminar 9: Countering the financing of terrorism – what areas should an effective BRA consider when managing this risk?

Professional Development


This seminar forms part of the Guernsey Anti-Money Laundering CPD Series – a series of 12 CPD seminars, which take place throughout 2019.

Achieving your AML CPD can be a challenge. The aim of this series is to provide practical and relevant CPD in a lively format. The topics covered are crucial for building and maintaining your knowledge in today’s fast-moving environment.

Book the full series

06 Mar 2019 - 11 Dec 2019

Suitable For

This series will be of interest to anyone working in the finance sector including MLCOs, MLROs, anti-financial crime specialists, compliance professionals, directors and those working in risk management.

1 CPD hours
1 hour

This course has already run and a new date has not yet been scheduled. Please contact us to register your interest.


  • St James Concert & Assembly Hall


  • Top tips – using the FATF recommendations of PESTEL
  • Are you asking the right questions around Political issues, Economic factors, Social structure, Technological capabilities, Environment and geographical features and Legislation?
  • Ensuring an effective risk assessment in line with current National Risk Assessment (NRA) thinking


  • Affordable, quality CPD
  • Flexibility – delegate places are interchangeable between employees of the same organisation
  • Hard copies of speakers’ notes/slides provided at each seminar – subject to availability


Ed Shorrock, Director – Compliance and Regulatory Consulting at Duff & Phelps

Ed is a director in the Compliance and Regulatory Consulting business and is located in the Channel Islands. He has extensive technical and practical knowledge of trust, company, insolvency, regulatory and criminal law which he brings to bear on regulatory assignments involving governance, risk management and AML/CFT arrangements.

He qualified as a Chartered Accountant with Arthur Andersen and then moved to Deloitte where he was a director in the Forensic and Dispute Resolution team. More recently, he spent eight years at one of the Channel Island’s leading dispute resolution law firms providing regulatory and other litigation-related professional services.

Ed is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, and holds a BSc (Hons) in International Management and French from the University of Manchester.