Mortgage Fraud



Course Outline

Learners are taken on a trip to the fictional International Fraud Prevention Agency and visit a number of departments to learn more about types of mortgage fraud, who commits it and how it can be detected. Real life case studies throughout illustrate the vulnerabilities of mortgage firms and help equip the learner to identify potentially fraudulent situations and understand their reporting responsibilities.

Introduction

The course begins by examining some existing statistics on mortgage fraud in the UK and considers how the risks are affected by market conditions.

Nerve Centre

Examines the motivations for committing mortgage fraud and the types of people who are likely to commit it.

Operations Room

Explains the methods that fraudsters use on their victims.

Laboratory

This section examines how Know Your Customer techniques can help identify and prevent mortgage fraud. This last section covers reporting responsibilities and escalation. A link to your company specific policies and procedures can also be added.

Further Information

Format

SCORM 1.2 compliant. The course uses Adobe Flash.

Implementation

This course runs on any SCORM compliant LMS platform. Adobe Flash Player v6 (or later) must be installed in the web browser. JavaScript must be enabled and pop-up blockers disabled.

Course Overview

This course provides an overview of mortgage fraud and the controls and procedures to prevent it.

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Details

Learning outcomes:

By the end of the course, the learner will have an understanding of:

  • the different types of mortgage fraud
  • how firms may be targeted
  • how to recognise fraudulent documents
  • what to do if they suspect mortgage fraud

Audience:

This course is designed for all staff working in a financial services firm dealing with mortgage lending.

Course duration:

Approximately 40 minutes.

Assessment:

Eukleia Training, Compliance, E-learning, elearning, Mortgage Fraud, Fraud, Mortgages, Know Your Customer, policies and procedures


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