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  • Investigation

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  • 06/TP/Inv/09

Training Type

  • Instructional Seminar
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AML- Preventing Money Laundering and Terrorist Funding

Financial institutions are constantly facing new challenges from theft and fraud, largely due to a general lack of knowledge in these fields. Beyond financial loss, embezzlement and fraud also harm the reputation and image of the organization, and may even leave them susceptible to government and civil lawsuits. Any money laundering and terrorist funding connected with the company’s infrastructure may also place the organization on government black lists.

This 1-week course provides a basic introduction to business risks resulting from fraud, embezzlement, money laundering and terrorist funding. It will provide the basic tools that can be used to understand the risks an organization is exposed to and how to deal with those risks using publicity and information. Trainees will also learn about the technological tools to alleviate these risks and how to quantify and investigate the risks.

• Business risks resulting from embezzlement and fraud
• Business risks resulting from money laundering and terrorist funding
• Components of fraud
• Common types of fraud
• Tax authority frauds, such as the "Revolving Door"
• The essence of money laundering
• The essence of terrorist funding
• The role of an internal auditor in managing risks stemming from embezzlement and fraud
• The role of the compliance office in managing risks of money laundering and terrorist funding
• A survey of internal risk management in an organization
• Technological tools available for dealing with these threats
• Auditing and procedures

Open to members of public and private security professionals
• Authorities - Intelligence and Internal security, Police, Customs, FIUs, Central bank, Treasury department, Foreign affairs, Justice department
• The Financial sector - Banks, Money changers, Financial services companies, Investment houses, Insurance companies

• The private sector - commercial companies (CEOs, legal advisors), diamond dealers.
• The voluntary sector - NGOs, charities.

Watching a movie and describing the connection between charity and terrorism.

Workshops and a staged "trial" examining the evidence against a charity/bank/financial company used by a terrorist organization.


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Ibrahim ICA

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August 20, 2019
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