Vieira de Almeida realizes on the 11th of April, between 17h and 19h, a workshop dedicated to “Non-profit organizations and the new anti-money laundering obligations”.

This workshop will explain and discuss the new obligations that the recent legal regime of anti-money laundering has imposed on Non-profit organizations, to helping entities to adequately comply with the new and demanding legal framework.

The Law against money laundering and terrorism financing establishes a set of measures to combat and prevent money laundering, also applicable to Non-profit organizations, which include (among others) a set of collection obligations, maintenance and preservation of information on the identity of the persons or entities from whom they receive donations of more than € 100 (especially relevant in context of the appeals of these companies for support that enable them to provide an effective emergency response in disaster situations like the current Cyclone Idai in Mozambique).

On the other side, under the legal regime of the The Beneficial Owner Central Registry (“RJRCBE”) the non-profit organizations subject to the RJRCBE, constituted before October 1, 2018, shall submit the initial declaration relative to the beneficial owner.

This session counts with the participation of Margarida Couto, responsible partner of the Social Economy practice, Vanessa Cardoso Pires, managing associate of the Corporate Services Unit practice and Joana Bernardo, senior associate of the Investigations & White Collar practice.


17:00 | Opening: Does this matter to Foundations? | Margarida Couto

17:15 | Prevention of Money-laundering: Challenges for Foundations | Joana Bernardo

18:15 | The Beneficial Owner Central Registry: principle obligations and legal | Vanessa Cardoso Pires

19:00 | Closing