Evolving Compliance for 

   Anti-Money Laundering    

AML

Anti-Money Laundering

& Counter-Terrorism

CERTIFIED by LONDON SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

In this is masterclass AML practitioners will learn about 40 key constructs or channels that criminals use to

Place, Layer & Integrate 

when laundering money

Register your interest ...

Frocy Labrador

Head of Sales South East Asia

Traditional AML systems (SAR, KYC) covered ...

New regulatory changes also covered ...

Risk Based AML that shows how money laundering occurs through complex banking transactions ~ learn what to look for!

Program Benefits ...

New BIS Recomendations Reviewed

  •    Highly practical course and easy to follow

Suitable for all staff working with AML compliance requirements

  •    Explore Regulation and Policy Best Practices

Learn what other banks are doing and move straight to best practice

  •    In class GAP Study developed from guidelines

Develop an assessment questionnaire for your organisation to identify potential policy gaps

  •    All material handed over in hard & soft copy

These are your materials, to reuse through an online portal that you have indefinite access to

  •    Local jurisdictional rulings explained

The course materials are aligned to participant's local regulatory requirements

  •    Post workshop support for technical areas

Even after the program you are supported

  •    Certified by the London School of Business

Become a certified Anti Money Laundering SME

FATF guidelines walked through & turned into tangible complaince activities

Three Intensive Valuable Days

Day 1 - AML Frameworks

Day 2 - Elements of AML

Day 3 - AML Deployment

 

  • New trends in AML regulation

  • Key definitions explained

  • AML framework roadmap demonstrated

  • Gain direct insight into why banks fail

  • New BIS guidelines addressed

  • How to deliver a GAP Study

  • Coverage Assessment Report

  • Steps for Local regulation

 

  • Transaction Reporting & Black Lists

  • SAR ~ Suspicious Activity Reporting

  • KYC ~ Know Your Customer & PEPs

  • New rules for Merchant Bank Facilities

  • New rules for correspondent banking

  • Ongoing behavioural monitoring

  • Operating within Bank Secrecy Act

 

  • Record Keeping for AML compliance

  • Process flow for AML compliance

  • Risk Based AML compliance

  • AML practices & 3 lines of defence

  • How to internally audit AML controls

  • Integrating AML and fraud controls

  • Best Practice Internal AML Reporting

  • AML Roles and Responsibilities 

 Types of staff finding value 

Compliance Officer and Risk Managers

Compliance officers are directly responsible for the condition of the banks AML controls. Look at best practice, gain insight into what other banks are doing and risk managers will learn how to connect AML with other control systems in the bank with respect to fraud and credit risk.

Client Onboarding, Branch and Operations Units

Learn what you need to be doing for each client that enters the banking network. Look at workflows for your area of the business, see what needs to be escalated and what is acceptable in business practices.  Gain insight into how to monitor customer's transaction behaviour.

 

Auditors, Credit and System Analysts

Develop a set of audit procedures for bank compliance around Anti-Money Laundering. Review various audit reports for AML compliance.  Credit teams and system analysts will learn how to perform customer due diligence and perform a Risk Based AML review of clients.

 

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You will learn how money laundering is occuring in the banking facilities

Learn how to survey staff and construct a report for AML Enterprise Coverage

Create audit procedures for Customer Due Diligence, KYC & SAR

You will develop Risk Based AML policy, sensitive to limit setting

Complete behavioural AML reporting system and scripts are shown and handed over to participants