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Combating Money Laundering and Funding of Terrorism

By: London Corporate Training

United Kingdom

25 Feb - 01 Mar, 2013  5 days

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Who should attend? Delegates who have a good basic knowledge of Economic crime and who are looking for best practice and innovative ways of achieving leading edge strategic delivery both in planning and implementation. Course objectives • To understand the extent and impacts of money laundering and terrorism funding upon the economy • To understand the impact of Anti Money Laundering (AML) upon their sector and supporting sectors • To appreciate the extent to which both money laundering and terrorism funding are linked • To understand the current global legal frameworks that exist to provide guidance/best practice • To develop effective draft systems and policies to address money laundering and terrorism funding threats • To work cross functionally to develop a cohesive approach to AML and terrorism funding • To communicate and implement these policies effectively upon return to the workplace Course content The Global Picture • The extent and impact of money laundering globally • The extent and impact of terrorist funding globally • Political and reputational damage • The impact upon stock market securities • Overview of AML and Anti-terrorism funding legislative frameworks and global best practice • Economic damage and impact upon inward investment Current Legal Frameworks • Overview of legal jurisdiction collaboration • The UK Money laundering Act 2007 – Scope, impact, operation • Financial Action Task Force (FATF) – scope, systems and focus • Developing effective regional legal frameworks – banking, securities, and insurance sector specific challenges • Developing a cohesive strategy between sectors Effective Systems Development • Integrating global best practice with domestic requirements – money laundering • Integrating anti-terrorism funding systems with domestic requirements • The role of the UN, World Bank, WTO • Effective securities and exchange systems • Effective banking and insurance systems • Ensuring systems compliance and data sharing across sectors Developing Effective Policies • Ensuring systems transparency and audit measurement by sector • Translating systems into effective policies • Establishing meaningful policy goals and targets • Communicating and marketing policies effectively – dissemination, milestones, successful achievement by sector • Communicating with one voice – banking, securities, judiciary, and insurers Practical Implementation • Full day of practical where delegates will create and plan the implementation of money laundering and anti-terrorism funding systems and policy documents for their specific sector for use upon their return to work

London, UK Feb 25 - 01 Mar, 2013
£2,350.00 + VAT (20%)
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02031783080