Financial Crime Prevention
Our financial crime course is designed to help you apply best practices for preventing financial crime within your organisation and what to look out for with your clients and customers.
|Agreed with client
|26 February 2024
|4 November 2024
If you are unable to attend this course on the dates above, please contact us to discuss alternative options.
Please note that prices shown above are exclusive of VAT (20%).
Who should attend?
Delegates responsible for the prevention and control of financial crime, anti-money-laundering (AML), anti-fraud, anti-corruption investigators, compliance officers, and data protection officers, or professionals seeking to enhance their financial crime compliance skills.
- Apply best practice in their sector
- Set out “what” should be looked out for when dealing with clients
- Identify suspicious circumstances and how to deliver effective customer profiling
- Apply best practice and legal data protection
- Transnational organised crime
- Interpol’s 18 crime areas
- Global response: the AML Regime
- Terrorist financing and Sanctions
- The Egmont Group
- The role of FIUs
- The private sector: gatekeepers
- The rationale of reporting
- The role of financial intelligence
- FCC as the tool to protect the financial system’s integrity
Anti-Bribery and Corruption (ABC)
- ABC essentials explained
- UKBA 2010
- Anti-Bribery & Corruption videos
- Stolen Asset Recovery Initiative (StAR)
- StAR Cases
- SFO Cases
- FCPA Cases
- Webcam manager
- File hijacking
- Screenshot manager
- Ad clicker
- Distributed Denial of Service (DDOS)
- European Cybercrime Centre (EC3)
- Information Assurance and Cyber Security for Information Asset and Information Risk Owners
- Proceeds of crime
- The three – stage ML process
- The three ML stages
- ML vulnerability: the Zero point
- Basel AML Index
- The 4TH MLD
- Case study: POCA, Part 7 ML
- Triggering the AML investigation
- From Suspicion to reporting
- SAR and the Good “Narrative”
- SAR simulation exercise: Lodging SARs to the NCA
- Identity crime
- Individual fraud
- Corporate fraud
- Online fraud
- Advanced fee fraud
- Tax and benefit system fraud
- Intellectual property crime
- Insider dealing
Combating Financial Crime with Training
Financial crime is a global issue that requires a coordinated effort to reduce its effects. Sending your employees on a financial crime training course enables them to better understand the various forms of financial crime, as well as how to identify and prevent them within your organisation. In turn, this ensures your business is compliant and reduces your risks of becoming associated with financial crime activities through your own business practices and those of your clients.
Who should take this Financial Crime Course?
Our Financial Crime Prevention course is suitable for anyone in your organisation responsible for preventing financial crime, including anti-money laundering, anti-fraud, anti-bribery, corruption, compliance and data protection. It is also suitable for professionals in other sectors looking to enhance their knowledge of compliance.
LCT’s Financial Crime Course
At LCT, we offer a range of finance courses suitable for anyone who needs to learn more within this sector, no matter their level of experience. Our training is a combination of online and in-house in London to ensure trainees receive an advanced level of training in their chosen course.
Our Financial Crime Prevention Course is taught by industry experts within financial services. Learners who undertake financial crime prevention training with us will develop an in-depth understanding of financial crime risks, what to look out for and how to reduce those risks within their role for your company.