Fighting Financial Crime in Practice - North America

Course Outline

The course starts by highlighting the nature and extent of financial crime across the globe with a focus on money laundering, terrorist financing and sanctions violations. It provides an overview of how each of these crimes operates and discusses the way that legislation, regulation and firms’ internal systems and controls help combat these activities.

The principal sections of the course provide actual case studies to illustrate how financial institutions are targeted, and real-world scenarios to engage the learner by putting the material in the course into a meaningful context.

Further Information


SCORM 1.2 compliant. The course is built with HTML/CSS/jQuery.


This course runs on any SCORM 1.2/2004 compliant LMS platform and supports Internet Explorer 11 and above, Chrome, Safari, Firefox and tablets. JavaScript must be enabled and all pop-up blockers disabled.

Course Overview

The course is designed to engage the learner both by its bright, modern feel and the use of varied, interactive exercises and scenarios to illustrate the key learning points and test understanding.

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Learning outcomes:

By the end of the course the learner will be aware of:

  • The origins of financial crime and how it is addressed by law and regulation
  • Money laundering, terrorist financing, and sanctions evasion techniques
  • Case studies and real-world scenarios to put the material in the context of daily activities in the institution


The course is suitable for all staff at all levels and is aimed at institutions in North America.

Course duration:

The course takes approximately 30-40 minutes.


A short multiple-choice assessment to test learners' understanding of the material has been built in at the end of the course.