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JVC Presents ‘Anti-Money Laundering 101’

It’s designed to help industry members mitigate legal risks and implement legally compliant business practices.

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(PRESS RELEASE) NEW YORK — On July 23, Jewelers Vigilance Committee (JVC) will host a live webinar to explain all things anti-money-laundering (AML)-related. The webinar is designed to help all members of the industry mitigate legal risks and implement legally compliant business practices. Mark your calendar now so you don’t miss this informative session:

  • Anti-Money Laundering 101: A JVC Explainer of All Things AML
    Thursday, July 23, 2020, from p.m. – 2:45 p.m. (EDT)

In partnership with Jewelers Mutual Group, JVC has recently released JewelPAC, a new online software solution for AML compliance. But what is AML, and who is required to comply? How can businesses ensure that they are designing an AML program that follows the rules and protects their supply chain? Tiffany Stevens, president and CEO, and Sara Yood, senior counsel, will explain where the AML regulations originate, how to comply, and why JewelPAC is the timely solution for jewelry business AML compliance.

To learn more about the JewelPAC program and to purchase it, click here.

This webinar is free to members. The non-member fee is $25. Click here for registration and details.

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