New members sought: Anti-Money Laundering sub-Committee of the Standards, Ethics and Regulatory Liaison Committee
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The IPA’s Standards, Ethics and Regulatory Liaison Committee (SERL) has a sub-Committee that considers and reviews the effectiveness of the IPA’s work in our role as a Supervisory Authority for Anti-Money Laundering (AML) purposes.
The sub-Committee is looking for lay members, i.e. non-insolvency professionals, to join. If you know of anyone with an interest or expertise in AML matters and regulation, please would you contact the IPA via our dedicated AML email address, email@example.com, with their details.