BCREA Conference to Discuss Best Practices in FINTRAC Regulation Compliance
BCREA's first ever conference on regulatory and advocacy issues for managing brokers will also include a panel discussion on best practices in complying with FINTRAC's anti-money laundering regulations.
"Complying with FINTRAC reporting regulations is an important part of managing brokers' duties," said Darlene Hyde, BCREA Chief Executive Officer. "We want to help managing brokers learn more about best practices in compliance and get their thoughts on how BCREA can help close any gaps in meeting reporting responsibilities."
The BCREA Advocacy Exchange: Conference for Managing Brokers will take place at the Sheraton Vancouver Airport Hotel in Richmond on Wednesday, September 19. It will bring brokers together from across the province to learn more about key issues driving sector change, from assessing money laundering risks to future changes to rules under the Real Estate Services Act. There will be presentations by BCREA, the Canadian Real Estate Association, the Office of the Superintendent of Real Estate and the Real Estate Council of British Columbia.
Just as importantly, the conference is a platform for managing brokers to share their perspectives on the future of real estate in BC and have a voice in shaping BCREA's advocacy approaches.
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