The Professional Practice Course students had their annual class on the ins and outs of the Cayman Islands’ Anti-Money Laundering provisions last week at the Truman Bodden Law School. The class, delivered by Sandra Edun-Watler, Head of Compliance & Reporting Services at Mourant Governance Services, ensures the students become familiar with a topic that is at the forefront of legal services in the Islands.
Scott Atkins, Deputy Director & PPC Course Leader, said: ‘The Anti-Money Laundering class is a permanent fixture of the PPC. Together with a new suite of subjects which will be offered for the first time on this year’s Course, the class is a way to ensure that Caymanian students are truly prepared for entering legal practice here. Our Course was recently revalidated by our partners at Oxford Brookes University (UK) for another five years and goes from strength to strength, offering a programme which can really match and exceed comparable courses offered in the UK.’
Pictured: some of the PPC students with Sandra-Edun Watler (right) after their AML class.
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