Jewelers Vigilance Committee and the Jewelers Board of Trade are presenting ”Industry/Government Relations – Your Anti-Money Laundering Obligations,” a new anti-money laundering seminar to inform jewelers about what they can expect now that the Internal Revenue Service has a system in place to review jewelry businesses’ AML programs to comply with the USA PATRIOT Act.
JVC/JBT will present the seminar at the JA/NY Show, July 30, 8:30 – 10 a.m., at the Jacob Javits meeting room 1E04. Seminar is free to attend. Light breakfast will be available. Registration is not required; space is limited.
Panelists include: F. Kim Buggs, compliance policy program Analyst, IRS; Gary Murray, New York High Risk Money Laundering and Related Financial Crimes Areas; and Dione Kenyon, president, Jewelers Board of Trade. Cecilia Gardner, president, JVC chief executive officer and general counsel, will moderate.
Attendance at this seminar is in compliance with attendees’ PATRIOT Act training obligations. The IRS will be looking for adequate employee training for AML programs that were developed over a year ago. JVC’s letter of attendance and training will be available to attendees.
Topics covered at the seminar will include:
* What you can expect now that the IRS has a system in place to review jewelry businesses’ AML programs to comply with the USA PATRIOT Act.
* What government regulators can learn from industry members.
* Credit analysis services to support your AML program.
Panelists will take questions.
For more information about legal compliance information pertaining to the jewelry industry and ”Industry/Government Relations – Your Anti-Money Laundering Obligations,” visit JVC’s Web site.