Financial Crime Prevention Compliance and Regulatory Compliance are probably at the top of nearly every Financial Institution’s risk review process and have become the key strategic imperatives for all board members.
The reputational damage and not to mention the fines imposed for non-compliance are huge concerns. It is fair to say that banks are being micro-managed by regulators in this area and are being set exceptionally high standards for compliance.
Financial institutions are required to focus increasingly on Financial Crime Prevention compliance measures and must have robust systems in place to combat them. This includes detailed policies, clear lines of defence, robust CDD processes, a risk based approach, clear accountabilities and above all effective staff training and awareness throughout the organisation.
None of this financial crime prevention compliance is difficult but it is costly, time consuming and involves putting in place procedures and systems to deter, detect and protect the institution from being used by criminals.
This course is divided into two sections:
Day One covers the key Financial Crime Compliance (FCC) issues and
Day Two adopts a practical approach to assist all staff and senior staff to comply with their obligations.
The course has several case studies to bring the training to life.
The course is in workshop style with participation from delegates actively encouraged.