Introduction to financial crime in financial services
Member price: £553 + VAT
Non-member price: £650 + VAT
London, 19 February 2020
London, 22 July 2020
London, 24 September 2020
London, 19 November 2020
Financial Crime focuses on the day-to-day activity required in banks and other regulated firms to ensure that they and their honest customers are protected from any aspects of these crimes. Anti- money laundering (AML) controls are important to prevent financial crime and complying with regulations is vital for businesses to deter financial crime activity.
Bribery and corruption are two separate yet interlinked concepts. Financial sanctions used to deliver public policy objectives have risen rapidly up the political agenda in the UK, elsewhere in the European Union and at the United Nations.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and Regulators across the world state that part of their responsibility is to ensure that the integrity of the markets are maintained. UK financial institutions are responsible for minimising their risk of being used for criminal purposes, particularly the facilitation of money laundering or terrorist financing.
What you will learn
This interactive one-day course gives a practical account of the history, the regulatory requirements for firms and an opportunity to discuss future challenges.
The course will:
- Summarise the regulatory concerns about Financial Crime, Anti-money laundering, Terrorist Financing and Sanctions
- Describe critical regulatory principles and specific risks to the financial services sector
- Explain the practical implications of your organisations responsibilities
- Challenge your current governance and operational oversight framework
Who should attend
Management, compliance and administration professionals whose companies are regulated by Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), particularly senior management, legal, compliance, internal audit and those employees at the coalface.