Financial Crime


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Financial Crime

The Financial Crime curriculum is designed to educate professionals about money laundering, terrorist financing, fraud, and bribery and corruption.

To achieve the desired outcome, we need to have a solid understanding of your company’s culture. This allows us to devise a plan that will increase awareness in the workplace and encourage employees to deliver value. Although it is possible for an employee or business leader to implement such initiatives on their own, best practice calls for teamwork between management and employees as well as

The courses are available in five versions, each tailored to a different legal system and jurisdiction.

These courses examine financial crime topics, such as money laundering, terrorist financing, fraud, and bribery and corruption.

Financial crime awareness courses are designed to educate individuals about financial crime risks, laws and regulations, as well as systems and controls in place to detect and prevent such unlawful behavior.

The courses are offered in five versions, each tailored to a certain area’s or country’s legal system and regulations.

Preventing Financial Crime (Global)

Provides an overview of the most prevalent financial crimes, such as money laundering, terrorist financing, market manipulation, fraud, bribery, and electronic theft.

The course covers the main elements of each law violation, as well as certain warning flags that should be investigated. It also goes through the procedures for escalating concerns to management and the Compliance Department.

Money laundering usually happens in three stages:

1. Placement: This is the initial stage of money laundering, where the criminal tries to get the money into the financial system.

2. Layering: This stage involves creating a complex web of transactions to disguise the origins of the money.

3. Integration: The final stage of money laundering involves bringing the funds back into the economy.

Preventing Financial Crime in Insurance (Global)

The most frequent financial criminal activities, including money laundering, terrorist financing, market abuse, fraud, bribery, and electronic crime are all addressed in this course.

The training covers the fundamental components of each offence, as well as several red flags that need to be investigated and how to escalate those issues to management and the Compliance department.

Learning Objectives:

1. Understand the most common financial crimes

2. Learn how to identify and investigate potential financial crime risks

3. Understand how to escalate concerns about financial crime to management

4. Learn about prevention measures in place to deter financial crime

5. Understand the role of management and employees in preventing financial crime

Money laundering is the process of disguising the proceeds of criminal activity so that they can be used without detection. The goal of money laundering is to make it look like the money came from a legitimate source. Money laundering is a criminal offence in most countries.