In this course, the presenters will revise key AML concepts and provide an overview of the relevant international bodies before defining what a risk and risk management are in the context of AML.
Furthermore they will review the importance of appropriate KYC and CDD for an effective monitoring of transactions and then examine the main requirements in the EU and the US with respect to reporting of suspicious transactions and denote some variations. Finally, the course will cover the classic banking services of retail and private banking, and the use of insurance policies to launder money.
This course covers 7 Modules, and each module consists of:
1) 15 Minute Video Presentation
Each video includes detailed moving graphics, bullet points, graphs, and informative visual and auditory cues that help participants along the way. Furthermore, you can download the script along with all important graphics on a PDF on that page, as shown above. Videos can be expanded into full screen, paused, resumed, and continued at a later stage.
2) Case study
After each video, participants will read a real case (links will be provided to the actual article or legal case for each study) that is relevant to the video just watched.
3) Short Quiz
Each of the 7 quizzes consist of 5 multiple choice questions, relevant to the case study and/or the video of each module. Each quiz is available for 4 attempts.
Who is this course for?
Suitable for all front-facing personnel of Financial Services Firms (Banks, Investment Firms, Funds, Fund managers), for AML and Regulatory Compliance officers, for Lawyers, Fiduciary Service Providers, Accountants, and for anyone wishing to get into a bit more detail in AML.
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