Combating Financial Crime

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Combating Financial Crime


Course Duration: 2 days

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Combating Financial Crime, developed in collaboration with QCo, provides a global view of transnational crime. It illustrates practical defences, and focuses on how laws, regulations and best practice continue to evolve across the entire spectrum of associated activities. It covers the background and nature of financial crime, money laundering, terrorist financing, and corruption; combating financial crime, bribery and the role of the private sector
  • Specialist qualification – it takes a global view of transnational crime, illustrates practical defences and can be taken as a stand-alone qualification or as part of the Investment Operations Certificate (IOC)
  • Combine it with a CISI regulatory exam to complete the full Certificate in Combating Financial Crime. You are exempt from the regulation paper if you have already achieved a regulatory paper through another route, such as the IOC
  • Offers a progressive study pathway – Combating Financial Crime is one of the first steps in the CISI’s compliance qualifications study pathway and offers access to the higher level Diploma in Investment Compliance
  • Free CISI Student membership – become associated with a Chartered professional body and take advantage of an extensive range of benefits
  • Compliance Officers
  • Money Laundering Reporting Officers (MLROs)
  • Financial Crime Regulators - Financial Intelligence Unit Specialists
  • Financial Crime Law Enforcement Officers
  • Trade Finance Specialists
  • Corporate and Private Banking Officers
  • Property Lawyers
  • Estate Agents
  • Correspondent Banking Specialists
  • This multiple choice question (MCQ) exam is computer based, consists of 50 questions and lasts 1 hour. The current pass rate for this exam is 72% and the pass mark is 70%. We recommend a minimum of 80 hours study
Day 1
  • The Background and Nature of Financial Crime
  • Money Laundering
  • Terrorist Financing
  • Bribery and Corruption
Day 2
  • Fraud and Market Abuse
  • Facilitation of Tax Evasion
  • Financial Sanctions
  • Financial Crime Risk Management
  • The Role of the Financial Services Industry