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Anti-Money Laundering Compliance
The internationally recognized AMLCA Certification is designed for intermediate level compliance officers in both financial and non-financial sectors. The in-depth curriculum is based on best practices and international standards regarding the origin, practices and development of regulations in money laundering, terrorism financing and the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction. Through a combination of case studies, real work examples and theory, participants will gain with a solid AML knowledgebase.
The CPAML is an advanced level certification designed to expand the knowledge of professionals, officers, directors, or managers of any organization, with respect to the prevention of money laundering and financing of terrorism (AML / CFT). The program is developed with a risk-based approach to identify potential risks, design an effective control system, investigate suspicious cases and how to use these processes to best evaluate the effectiveness of internal controls.
This certification is designed for relationship managers and their support staff who manage several functions in the financial market. The course is tailored to discuss, analyze and understand the characteristics necessary to sell several products and how to successfully manage several other services of Wealth Management clients.
This professional certification is designed for relationship managers who are familiar with and have a strong knowledge base and have experience working in the structure of Wealth Management. The course is intended to build upon necessary and recommended competencies in applying investment principles and sales practices to daily functions.
Anti-Money Laundering Compliance
This online course is designed to offer financial technology professionals a certificate demonstrating a strong knowledgebase of emerging global challenges and solutions in AML compliance in working collaboratively with financial institutions.
The Directors AML Certificate course focuses on the specific responsibilities and challenges faced by the members of the Senior Management, the Presidents and the members of the Board of Directors of an organization. This course covers the best practices that managers and directors must apply to ensure that their organizations AML compliance programs are operating effectively and overall complying to regulatory standards.
The various sections of the USA PATRIOT Act and implementing regulations in the Bank Secrecy Act have been in final form for several years now. This course will discuss the practical applications of the regulatory requirements, with an emphasis on nested accounts. It is designed for both U.S. financial institutions offering correspondent banking as well as for foreign financial institutions which have or are seeking U.S. correspondent banking relationships. U.S. financial institutions will acquire practical knowledge to apply to their correspondent compliance programs.
FIBA’s OFAC Course covers Economic and Trade Sanctions compliance. It is designed for participants to explore the laws and regulations under which sanctions programs are created. It offers the necessary components to mitigate the risks of doing business with persons, entities or jurisdictions that threaten the health and stability of the financial system.
The focus of the Private Banking course is to enhance the skills and techniques of experienced private bankers. Participants will learn what actions to take to remain consistent with compliance requirements and current regulations. The course also helps participants to develop broader wealth management relationships and how to sell best-fit products and options for each client.
This course offers a complete understanding of cybersecurity, the threat landscape, and how these threats effect work environments. The program includes the key concepts of cyber regulations and methods to regulate risk management in all areas and in any financial institution. Designed for all levels of management, it covers main regulatory expectations for an effective cybersecurity program and offers an opportunity to discuss recent breaches and how these threats impact the financial industry.
The main objective of the International Trade course is to provide participants with an understanding of the key aspects of financial transactions generated from international trade, as well as the risks that these transactions may generate in terms of Money Laundering, Terrorism Financing and Proliferation of Massive destruction weapons.