This is an advanced course spread over 6 modules and is suitable for all levels of employee requiring professional level training and a more detailed understanding of the principles of good governance around the area of financial crime.
After a discussion on the principles behind a good governance framework the course examines the nature and scope of financial crime risk, including predicate offences and terrorist financing. This is followed by two modules which examine topics such as risk appetite, culture, employee screening, CDD and payment transparency so as define what the Financial Crime Compliance Risk Control Framework should look like. The fifth module explains the risk based approach a firm should undertake towards financial crime risk and the course concludes with a module on the policy and standards which need be in place.
This e-learning course is comprehensive and will meet the needs of both front-line staff, who require a detailed knowledge of the type of framework required to prevent financial crime, to complete their normal work, as well as those in audit and control functions.
- The Good Governance Framework
- Nature & Scope of Financial Crime Risk
- Financial Crime Compliance Risk Control Framework I
- Financial Crime Compliance Risk Control Framework II
- Sustaining the Financial Crime Compliance Framework
- Governance Policy & Standard
Each course is followed by a knowledge check. You must obtain 80% or more to pass the course.
220 minutes across 6 modules.
The user will receive a certificate in pdf format upon successful completion of the course and knowledge check.
Each purchase is for a licence for a single user. The user has access to all the course material for 6 (six) months via our web based elearning platform.
About the Author
This course series has been written and presented by Jonathan Ledwidge, a professional trainer who has been assisting major global banks on all aspects of financial crime including AML, Sanctions, Terrorist Financing and Bribery & Corruption.