AML Videos

Webinars

Missed our webinars?  You can view our past webinars here.

Annual Report Webinar:
– Part 1: Period, Contact, Structure – How to use the 2Shakes AML Statistics Report From and To dates
– Part 2: DBG, Risk Assessment, AML Programme – How to use the AML documentation screen
– Part 3: Products & Services, Supplementary Activities & Questions, Customers
– How to use the AML statistics report to find the numbers of New Customers, NZ & Non NZ resident Customers, Trusts & PEPs, Methods of CDD
– Part 4: Sector Specific Questions
– Part 5: Ministerial Exemptions
– Part 6: Declaration and Signing

Webinar 1: Demonstration of the NZ version of 2Shakes’ client onboarding software:
– Profile Setup
– Client Signup
– Client Authorities
– AML Customer Due Diligence
– Electronic Signing

Webinar 2:  Similar to Webinar 1, but with some more info on signing up a trust:
– Profile Setup
– Client Signup including a Trust
– Client Authorities
– AML Customer Due Diligence
– Electronic Signing

Webinar 3:  Covering different entity types:
– Sole Trader
– Signing on behalf of someone else (Power of Attorney, Deceased estate, Child)
– Complex company structure
– Adding additional Beneficial Owners

AML Quick Videos

Already using 2Shakes? These quick video snipets just show you how the AML extenstions to our software work.

AML 1: Entering people for ID verification.

AML 2: AML/CFT Records.

AML 3: How to do electronic ID Verification.

Presenting

Couldn’t make one of our 2Shakes talks? You can see a recording of our past presentations here.

Accountants and Tax Agents NZ (ATAINZ): 2Shakes presenting to ATAINZ in Palmerston North to explain how AML/CFT will impact them with a focus on what they need to do to complete AML Customer Due Diligence. 

Bookkeepcon18: DIA & 2Shakes co-present on Anti-Money Laundering (AML) legislation at the 2018 Bookkeepers Conference 2018.

Ata from 2Shakes is on from 20m30s.

The Pitch: Our first pitch to get 2Shakes off the ground.  Carried out at the Embassy, Wellington, 2 June 2016, in front of 250 people from across government and business, including ministers and agency CEOs.