Finanzielle Kriminalität Schulungen

Finanzielle Kriminalität Schulungen

Financial Crime Courses

Finanzielle Kriminalität Schulungsübersicht

Code Name Dauer Übersicht
pdifinc Vorbeugung, Entdeckung und Untersuchung von Finanzkriminalität 14 hours Audience The course should be attended by staff handling all financial transactions, particularly the receipt and transfer of client funds and should include Managers and staff in: Operational and Processing areas Financial and Product Control Sales, Marketing and Business Development Treasury and Risk Management Audit, Internal Control and Compliance …as well as all Senior / Middle Management concerned about Financial Crime Format of the course A combination of: Facilitated Discussions Slide Presentations Case Studies Examples By the end of the course, delegates will be able to: Understand the latest legislative and regulatory developments, at the national and international levels, on Financial Crime Assess the impact of these developments on a bank’s strategy, regulatory-risk management, and client relations Recognise “red flags” for new, rapidly changing, and forms of Financial Crime – and be able to react to them Devise appropriate risk controls, compliance strategies, and early-detection mechanisms. Understanding Money Laundering What is Money Laundering? Why does the international community need to combat Money Laundering? The Criminalisation of Money Laundering – and how more crimes are now interpreted as Money Laundering The expansion of Money Laundering: from drugs to corruption to terrorism The Stages of Money Laundering Types of products and services used by Money Launderers Money Laundering techniques explained: Placement Layering Integration The International Community’s response to Money Laundering post-9/11 Combating Terrorist Financing (CTF) OFAC: the Office of Foreign Assets Control – which has global reach The US Patriot Act – which also has global reach International Sanctions Compliance with Anti-Money Laundering Legislation The International Anti-Money Laundering Effort The Financial Action Task Force (FATF): FATF’s membership categories FATF’s 40 Recommendations on Money Laundering FATF’s guidance on CTF UK Regulations and Legislation and how they have become the template for many countries’ legislation The Problem of Offshore Finance and Tax Havens Individual Banks’ / Companies’ Compliance Strategies Internal Controls, Procedures and Policies Arrangements required to combat Money Laundering Compliance Monitoring Cooperation with the Authorities and the Regulators “Know Your Customer” Rules Identification and Verification (ID&V) Impact on Strategy, Client Relations and Human Resources Recognising and Reporting Suspicious Transactions Statutory Obligations Internal reporting of suspicious transactions External reporting procedures Record-keeping Document retention Document retrieval Money Laundering Detection Techniques Prevention, Detection and Due Diligence “Red Flags” on client transactions Suspicious transactions Early-Warning Mechanisms Financial Intelligence Profiling a company’s clients Using the information companies have about their clients to try to predict who might be involved in Financial Crime Bribery & Corruption What are Bribery & Corruption? The UK’s Bribery & Corruption Act 2010 N.B Although this is a piece of UK legislation its impact is truly global: it “catches” all UK companies’ overseas offices and all UK nationals working for companies outside the UK Its offences and protections Dealing with Financial Fraud Recognising those clients most likely to become involved in Fraud Recognising Types of Fraud Detection, Red Flags and Early-Warning Mechanisms Major Fraud Types Payment Fraud Plastic Card Fraud International Trade Fraud – especially in Documentary Letters of Credit Prime Bank Instrument Fraud and Ghost Money …and, of course, fraud that is perpetrated by bank staff: Internal Fraud Other Financial Crimes Identity Theft and “Phishing”
amlctf Anti-Geldwäsche (AML) und Bekämpfung von Terrorist Finanzierung (CTF) 14 hours Audience All Senior Management who need a working knowledge of AML / CTF and their prevention – and an awareness of the other relevant and current Financial Crime issues; Format of the course A combination of: Facilitated Discussions Slide Presentations Case Studies Examples Course Objectives By the end of this course, delegates will be able to: Explain how AML and CTF might be prevented Understand the major facets of AML and CTF as they apply to their companies and the national and international efforts being made to combat them Define the ways in which a company and its staff should protect themselves against the risks of Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Detail how a company might become a target for Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing: and explain which “red flags” might help them to identify, prevent and report any (suspicious or actual) criminal activity Understand some of the other “hot spots” in Financial Crime Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Countering Terrorist Financing (CTF) Understanding Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing What are AML and CTF: and how do they work? The Criminalisation of Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing: and the types of crimes caught under the Financial Crime Prevention legislation The expansion of Money Laundering from drugs to corruption to terrorism The International Community’s response to AML and CTF The International Community’s response to AML and CTF post-9/11 Especially the Financial Action Task Force (FATF): Its membership categories (this can include a section on particular countries&rsquo membership) Its 40 Recommendations for AML and a further 9 Recommendations on CTF Its influence over domestic and international legislation Compliance with Anti-Money Laundering Legislation International Legislation and legislation applicable to the country where the course is being delivered UK Regulations and Legislation (for comparison): principally The Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (POCA) Compliance Strategies Internal Controls, Procedures and Policies Cooperation with the Authorities and the Regulators Know Your Customer (KYC) and Identification and Verification (ID&V) Rules Impact on Strategy, Client Relations and Human Resources Recognising and Reporting Suspicious Transactions Statutory Obligations Identifying suspicious transactions Internal and external reporting of suspicious transactions Money Laundering Detection Techniques Prevention, Detection and Due Diligence Early-Warning Mechanisms The Future Where are today’s hotspots…? What next for AML / CTF…? Other Financial Crime Hotspots Fraud Information Security Market Abuse and Insider Dealing Sanctions

Kommende Kurse

CourseSchulungsdatumKurspreis (Fernkurs / Schulungsraum)
Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Combating Terrorist Financing (CTF) - Berlin Mi, 2016-12-28 09:302090EUR / 2690EUR
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