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Financial Crime Risk Management - In-house Course
This one-day in-house Financial Crime Management course takes an interactive approach to help participants understand the risks of financial crimes as it provides guidance on the most effective controls that can be used to manage them. It is focused on the modern issues of money laundering, bribery and corruption and fraud and cyber-crime.
The course uses cases studies combined with analysis of recent reports and trends. It highlights the most useful controls and teaches participants how to insure that these controls are working effectively. These controls are taught within the frame of good governance and business ethics.
Suitability - Who should attend?
This course is designed for those with an interest and/or responsibility in implementing best practice crime risk management in their organisation. This may include:
- Directors and senior executives
- Heads of internal audit, compliance and risk functions
- Operational risk managers
- Compliance officers
- Audit professionals
- Security and financial crime specialists
- Ethics officers
- HR managers
- All those individuals responsible for implementing best practice crime risk management in their organisation
Outcome / Qualification etc.
This course is worth 6 CPD points
Training Course Content
Corporate fraud – the rising tide
- Definitions, scope and scale
- The people problem – characteristics, motives and red flags
- The key controls to prevent and detect fraud
- Threats and trends – recent reports and cases analysed
Bribery, corruption and insider dealing – the current focus
- History and international context – Siemens, Galleon and other cases
- The UK position: The Bribery Act 2010 in practice
- Attitude of the authorities – “credible deterrence”
- Risk assessment, due diligence and the key controls
Money laundering – the crucial background
- Money laundering and terrorist financing threat assessment
- New international initiatives:
- FATF standards and recommendations (2012)
- EU developments
- Risk-based approach and key controls
- Analysis of recent cases, regulatory fines and reports
- Controls framework – control environment, prevention and detection
Business ethics – essential context
- Business ethics fundamentals
- The importance of pressure and its effect on behaviours
- Individual and corporate responsibilities – the modern ethical toolbox
- The consequences of failures of business ethics – recent cases reviewed
- Board and committee structures
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