Money Laundering Reporting

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Role of the Committee

The Money Laundering Reporting Committee is part of the regulatory function of the Society and meets on a regular basis throughout the committee year. 

The committee’s statutory remit is to report any suspicions that money laundering or an offence of financing terrorism has been committed by a practising solicitor to the authorities. It also deals with reporting any information it knows or believes might be of material assistance in preventing the commission of a relevant offence pursuant to the provisions of Section 19 of the Criminal Justice Act, 2011 or securing the apprehension, prosecution or conviction of a person for such a relevant offence, to An Garda Síochána.

Members & Secretary

Chair: Chris Callan

Members

  • Frank Bowen (Lay member)
  • Martin Crotty
  • John Elliot
  • Martin Lawlor
  • Dara Robinson

Secretary: Tina Beattie