Manging the Risk of Financial Crime Course Outline
The financial services industry doesn't appear to have been managing the risk of financial crime very successfully as 2008 saw a range of fines for poor controls covering bribery and corruption, anti money laundering and data protection. Compliance Officers, MLRO's and line management need a complete picture of the ways their firm can be attacked and be alert to the effectiveness of the controls they have in place.
This superb, intensive, 2 day programme will provide you with the complete picture on financial crime and the latest developments. It is led by two truly international experts who provide the current risk picture from the internal and external investigator perspective. Their examples, experience and insight will give you an unprecedented and up to date insight into the many ways your firm is vulnerable to financial crime and give you practical ideas and techniques to close those loop holes. Key areas to be covered include:
- Understanding how criminals target different sectors of the financial services industry
- Creating the right ethical environment
- Money Laundering and new ways of making dirty money clean
- Latest techniques used to finance terrorism
- Controlling Fraud & Management Issues
- The Internal Fraudster - the most dangerous threat?
- Vulnerabilities of Financial Systems
Who should attend?
This event will be practical benefit for anyone with responsibility for detecting and reporting on financial crime in their firm, especially if you're a MLRO, Compliance, Internal Audit, or Risk professionals. If you have day-to-day responsibility for operating the systems and controls that should detect financial crime you'll also find this course of immense benefit in recognising and reporting suspicious events.
How delegates will benefit
During this course you'll:
- Update knowledge of the legal framework and the FSA’s approach from real experts
- Take a fresh look at managing and suppressing financial crime
- Understand the current means by which money launderers and terrorists attempt to abuse financial systems for their own ends
- Be alert to the most serious threat – internal fraud
- Recognise the importance of the culture and integrity of staff
- Review and identify weaknesses in current systems
- Identify new products that may be inherently vulnerable to abuse
- Share experience through discussion and analysis of case studies
You will learn by active participation during the seminar through the use of the training materials, seminar manual, group exercises, and practice. Numbers are limited to 15, so that you will be able to receive personal attention.
Workshop Leaders: Peter Ball ACIB
Peter is a Senior Associate with a specialist consultancy. He is widely experienced having spent over 30 years with a major high street bank which included seven years of having responsibility for reducing business losses due to all types of fraudulent activity in the United Kingdom, Europe and Africa. He has designed and presented numerous Workshops on Financial Fraud and Corporate Governance in the UK, Kenya, Uganda, Malawi and Zambia. He was a major contributor to the British Bankers Association “Fraud Managers’ Handbook” and also assisted the BBA in completing the first UK Banking & Financial Services Fraud Survey. Most recently he has undertaken a review of the fraud risks inherent in sub-prime mortgage lending for a leading UK Bank.
Simon Dilloway BSc(Hons), MSc, MSyI
During a 30 year career with the Metropolitan Police, Simon was employed as an NTFIU team leader conducting financial investigations of high priority terrorist targets in conjunction with the British intelligence agencies and the anti-terrorist branch. He was the author of the definitive report on the costing and funding of the London Bombings on 7th July 2005. He has lectured on Terrorist Finance Investigation at courses run by the United Kingdom Asset Recovery Agency (ARA), the Metropolitan Police Counter-Terrorist Command and other UK police forces. He has delivered training to Lebanese and Iraqi personnel in the Middle East and North Africa as part of an ongoing consultancy for the European Commission and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. He is part of a Council of Europe capacity building project on AML and CFT in the Russian Federation.
Programme Outline: http://www.ctp.uk.com/Course-Directory/Courses/non-open-courses/Managing-the-Risk-of-Financial-Crime.aspx