Navigating the Latest AML/CFT Regulations

New expectations for CDD

New AML/CFT regulations took effect on 31 July 2023, and others will take effect on 1 June 2024 and 2025. These cover a range of matters, including those that go to the core of managing these regulatory obligations and operating with best practice. So just what are the new regulations and, more importantly, what do they mean ‒ in practical terms ‒ for you and your clients?

In this webinar, Fiona Hall and Martin Dilly will unpack and elucidate the regulations and their implications now and going forward.

Who Should Attend? 

This webinar will be relevant to almost all lawyers in practice but it will be of particular importance to senior partners/directors/principals and practice managers, especially those in small to medium-sized practices.

  • Improve your knowledge and understanding of the new AML/CFT regulations.
  • Become better informed of what those regulations mean for you and your clients, in practice – including in respect of customer due diligence (CDD).
  • Benefit from the opportunity to ask questions of two presenters well experienced in all things AML/CFT.


Fiona Hall
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Fiona Hall is a barrister and solicitor operating in sole practice with a focus on regulatory law. Fiona has extensive commercial experience from her roles with top New Zealand and UK law firms, as General Counsel for a number of financial institutions and senior counsel for the Commerce Commission. She combines this with the hands-on experience she gained while also holding the position of AML Compliance Officer in one of her roles, to provide practical advice to manage AML/CFT obligations.

Widely regarded as one of New Zealand's leading AML/CFT experts, Fiona now practises primarily in this complex area of law focussing most particularly on assisting clients with effective implementation of their programmes, preparing for audit, and managing remedial work and engagement with their supervisor.

Fiona has led Che Law Association CPD programme for AML/CFT in the form of both webinars and bespoke workshops around the country for a number of years.



Martin Dilly
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Martin Dilly, Director, CAMS-Audit, LLB/BCOM

Martin has consulted full-time as an AML/CFT specialist since 2012. He has assisted entities across every sector of capture through the provision of audit, consulting, and training services in New Zealand, Australia, Samoa, and Vanuatu. 

Martin is a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS), and was the first person in Australasia to gain the CAMS Audit advanced certification. He has been internationally recognised by being appointed to the ACAMS teaching faculties for CAMS and CAMS-Audit. 

Martin has presented at AML/CFT conferences in New Zealand, Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan.



Pricing Details

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Member: $140 GST

Non-Member: $195 GST


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