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Top Ten reasons to be an MLRO

by: (Director ICT Academic Faculty) on

What makes the role of the Money Laundering Reporting Officer (MLRO) today an appealing career option?

As a small child growing up, becoming an MLRO may not have been on our list of career jobs, rather we may have found ourselves chasing the tawdry allure of becoming an astronaut, fire fighter, rock star or ballerina (or in my case for a brief ill-judged period a chef).

So assuming these career options have come to naught for the next generation of fresh faced young professionals as they stagger onto the treadmill of working life, what makes the role of the MLRO today an attractive one?

 

Based on Pekka’s blog of the same title, this slide share explores ten reasons of why becoming an MLRO officer isn’t quite the dreary profession you might have come to believe. 

 

 

If you enjoyed this slide share on money laundering, please check out our previous MLRO slide related offering, 5 things to help keep MLROS focussed and ahead of the game and a previous blog post by Jason Morris on Managing Money Laundering and Sanctions Risk in Smaller Banks

 

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