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CAFBA AML3 - Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Obligations

The CAFBA AML3 course has been developed by the Commercial Asset Finance Brokers Association (CAFBA) and is strictly for association members only.

This course is not suitable for students who are not members of CAFBA.

The course covers changes to the AML/CTF Legislation known as AML3 which came into effect on 1st January 2016.

The Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Rules (AML/CTF Rules) were updated in June 2014 and imposed a number of new obligations on the financial industry.

The primary purpose of the regulatory changes is to prevent money laundering and the financing of terrorism, by better understanding the ownership structure of non-individual customers, and to bring Australia in line with international standards.


• Introduction
• What are your Obligations?
• Impact on your Customers
• Beneficial Owners






For the online delivery option, you will need to have access to a computer with an internet connection.



Your enrolment is valid for a period of twelve months.



1 online multi-choice assessment



CPD Hours - 1



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    Newport, VIC 3015

    Phone: + 61 3 9391 3643
    Fax: + 61 3 9391 3903

System Requirements

  • What computer and software will be needed?
    • Windows XP or Linux based computer with internet connection.
    •  Internet Explorer 8.0 and above OR Mozilla Firefox
    •  Quick Time Player 4 and above
    •  Acrobat reader 6 and above
    •  Adobe Flash Player
    Download speeds
    •  Min 2 Mbps or above speed is required for running video

Latest Reviews for CAFBA AML3 - Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Obligations
  • Really enjoyed doing this as it flowed and was easy to follow
    Patricia Western Australia

  • Good course
    Patricia Western Australia

  • Easy to follow
    Graeme Victoria