The Financial Action Task Force as we know is giving serious attention to Terrorist Financing, but within Europe certainly within Governments and the Security apparatus the onus is shifting away from Terrorist Financing as a definition, to the more effective use of this financial data in an Intelligence role to identify the terrorist / jihadist / radicaliser / extremist. Hence the focus is now on FININT; in particular the Security apparatus and Law Enforcement want effective intelligence from banks within the confines of current data and information sharing regulations and protocols. The banks need thematic information that allows them to deploy algorithms and filters within transaction monitoring that alerts them to cases that call for deeper investigation.
There are 4 core objectives of this interactive elearning course:
- Be more proficient in the financial investigation / analysis of counter terrorism.
- Understand how financial intelligence can be used in identifying and disrupting the financing of terrorism.
- Understand the typologies and trends realted to the financing of terrorism.
- Gain access to a unique reservoir of actual CFT case study from international investigations.
- Terrorist Financing and the Current Threat
- The Path of Radicalisation
- Recognising Radicalisation
- Predicting Attacks
- Charities and NGOs
There is a 10 question knowledge check at the end of the course with a standard pass mark of 80% and unlimited attempts. The 10 questions are drawn randomly from a larger bank of questions. Each attempt will draw a different mix of questions.
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 Analysis International
Analysis International are providers of outstanding analytical indicator programmes and training for the financial intelligence community.
About Grahame White
As Head of Analysis International Training and Business Development, Grahame has been at the forefront of CTF Indicator Training and the concept of CTF Key Indicator delivery into Financial Institutions in Europe. Grahame has 30 years of Police Investigations experience and former Detective at the National Terrorist Financial Investigations Unit (NTFIU) at New Scotland Yard. He acted as financial investigator for Operation Crevice (The fertilizer plot), 7/7 suicide attacks (London Transport Network) and Operation Overt (the Airliner Plot) and holds a Master’s degree in Fraud Management