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Self Assessment A.

1. Complete the Questions
A series of 30 questions must be answered before submitting your assessment. You are required to achieve a pass rate of 80%.
2. Confirm your information
To complete your assessment please confirm your full name, business and email address.
Q1
1. Money Laundering Regulations 2017

2. Proceeds of Crime Act 2002

3. Fraud Act 2006

4. Financial Services and Markets Act 2000
Q2
Tip: Select up to 4 available answers for maximum points
1. Profits from insider dealing

2. Proceeds of fraud committed in the UK

3. Proceeds from smuggling stolen artwork into the UK

4. Proceeds of drug trafficking in Colombia invested in the UK

5. Winnings from a licensed online gambling website

6. UK income on which tax has been evaded by not declaring it to HMRC
Q3
Tip: Select up to 4 available answers for maximum points
1. Paying for some artwork using the proceeds of crime

2. Settling into trust assets purchased with the proceeds of crime

3. Purchasing a residential property with the proceeds of crime

4. Investing income that has been hidden away from the tax authorities into a legitimate business that provides employment opportunities for many young people
Q4
Tip: Select up to 2 available answers for maximum points
1. Accepting a payment for the hire costs of a gallery, knowing or suspecting that it derived from the proceeds of crime

2. Giving advice to a customer on the ability for art to be used as a quasi-currency, knowing or suspecting that the customer is laundering money, although no handling of any funds is involved

3. Introducing a buyer to a gallery, with no knowledge or reason to suspecting or have reasonable grounds to suspect that the buyer intends to purchase some artwork using criminal proceeds
Q5
Tip: Select up to 4 available answers for maximum points
1. Assisting another person to launder the proceeds of crime

2. Reporting a sale as money laundering that in fact turns out to be legitimate

3. Being in possession of criminal property without using or profiting from it

4. Tipping off a person that they might be under investigation for money laundering

5. Failing to report a reasonable suspicion of a money laundering transaction
Q6
1. Disciplinary action

2. Two years imprisonment and/or a fine

3. Five years imprisonment and/or a fine

4. Fourteen years imprisonment and/or a fine
Q7
1. Disciplinary action by the FCA

2. Two years imprisonment and/or a fine

3. Five years imprisonment and/or a fine

4. Fourteen years imprisonment and/or a fine
Q8
1. Generate illegal funds

2. Utilise illegal funds

3. Hide the origins of their illegally generated funds

4. Avoid paying tax on illegally generated funds
Q9
Tip: Select up to 3 available answers for maximum points
1. A criminal generates proceeds of crime

2. An organisation transfers funds to an organisation that is engaged in war in Africa and is on the UN sanctioned list

3. An organisation collects funds that are intended to support terrorist activities

4. A terrorist receives funds to support him and his family while he lies low and waits for orders from a terrorist organisation to launch a suicide attack
Q10
Tip: Select up to 2 available answers for maximum points
1. To conceal the funding activity

2. To bypass the formal banking system

3. To conceal the nature of the funded activity

4. To cause maximum damage for the minimum amount of funds
Q11
1. Money laundering

2. Terrorist financing

3. Both of the above

4. None of the above
Q12
Tip: Select up to 5 available answers for maximum points
1. Banking

2. Insurance

3. Solicitors

4. Estate agents

5. AMPs
Q13
Tip: Select up to 5 available answers for maximum points
1. The type of customer that we are dealing with

2. The customer's country of residence

3. The type of activity to be undertaken

4. Whether or not we meet the customer in person

5. The type of service we offer to the customer
Q14
1. Make a suspicious activity report to the NCA

2. Freeze any further dealings with this customer

3. Notify the BAMF

4. Perform enhanced due diligence to assess whether we wish to continue with this business relationship
Q15
Tip: Select up to 5 available answers for maximum points
1. Assessment of money laundering risks posed by the customer

2. Verify name and permanent address

3. Source of funds: Establish what bank account is intended to be used to either fund or benefit from a sale

4. Prove beyond doubt that the new customer is not a money launderer

5. Understand customer requirements and expected transactions or activities

6. Complete appropriate documentation and records
Q16
1. The origin and destination of funds

2. Profitability of the customer's business

3. Typical frequency of transactions or activities

4. Any changes to the customer's business activities

5. The typical level of activity seen through the account
Q17
1. Never acceptable to make the payment.

2. Acceptable to make the payment to avoid the art being delayed reaching this very important customer.

3. Acceptable to make the payment to overcome the bureaucracy.

4. Acceptable to make the payment provided the agent evidences that the work he will perform is legitimate, that the process and service being provided is available to everyone who wishes to avail themselves of it, and issues you with a genuine invoice supporting the fee.
Q18
1. The EU only

2. The UN, the UK, the US and the EU

3. All the countries that they operate in

4. All the countries they operate in and the UK, UN, EU and US
Q19
1. Harsh fines for the companies involved

2. Prison sentences and fines, settlements for the companies and individuals involved

3. Both of the above

4. None of the above
Q20
1. Trade wars

2. Currency manipulation by the target countries

3. Terrorism or the financing of terrorism by the target countries

4. The suppression of human rights, democracy and rule of law by the target countries
Q21
1. TRUE

2. FALSE
Q22
1. An arm of the UN that manages the UN sanctions

2. An office of the US government that manages the US sanctions

3. A designation given to sanctioned countries and entities
Q23
1. No. You are in the UK and the customer is German, not American

2. Yes, because the customer is using US$, which is considered a US element and US elements have to comply with US sanctions

3. No, because the money is being moved between Germany and the UK

4. Yes, because the painting is paid for in US$, therefore it is considered US property
Q24
1. Tell them both to change their passwords - they're too easy and not to discuss them with anyone again in the future – or face disciplinary action – or worse!

2. Keep out of it, unless you have clear evidence that customer records have been compromised

3. Nothing - their passwords seem to be strong enough and a stranger wouldn't be able to guess them
Q25
1. Fraud by failing to disclose information

2. Fraud by false representation

3. Fraud by abuse of position of trust

4. Possession of articles intended for the use in fraud
Q26
Tip: Select up to 3 available answers for maximum points
1. Theft

2. Impersonation Fraud

3. Identity Theft

4. Money Laundering
Q27
1. Confidential information about a commercial contract

2. Personal details and professional opinions about an individual

3. Information that can be stored digitally

4. Any kind of information
Q28
1. General Data Protection Regulation 2018

2. The Data Protection Act 1998

3. The Electronic Communications Privacy Act 1986

4. The Data Protection Act 2018
Q29
1. Unencrypted email

2. Post

3. Via an encrypted and secure online platform with restricted user access

4. Hand delivery
Q30
Tip: Select more than 1 available answer
1. The bank will expect the AMP to have adequate systems and controls, so the bank does not get adversely impacted by the AMP’s actions

2. As a customer of the bank, the bank will apply the same strict controls to the AMP, as the AMP does to its customers

3. BAMF says it must

4. The Money Laundering Regulations say it must
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