ICB practices have access to ICB's exclusive online tool for anti-money laundering procedures.

AML Online is a secure online record that ICB practices can access at any time to ensure that the records required by the MLR 2017 are up-to-date and accurate.

Companies House Integration

You can now import Companies House data for any registered company clients by inputting their Companies House Regstration number into the AML Online form.

Additional Questions

We have extended the scope of AML Online and changed the way we calculate the recommended risk rating. You can find out more about this here:

AML Online Update February 2020

> AML Online FAQs

Risk Assessment Generator

ICB practices must use AML Online to complete their Risk Assessments and keep a record of Due Diligence checks.

AML Online walks practices step-by-step through all the factors that must be considered when completing anti-money laundering, and even generates a risk rating for each client according to the principles of the MLR 2017.  

AML Online is designed to:

- save ICB practices valuable time
- guide and assist MLR 2017 compliance, awareness and understanding
- reduce errors and misinterpretation of the regulations
- reduce the burden of anti-money laundering procedures for ICB practices
- increase security and data protection standards



Changes to AML Online:

> AML Online Update February 2020

AML Online FAQs


You can download AML Online: The Quick Start guide from the MLR Forms & Checklists page

> Forms & Checklists




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