Anti-Money Laundering (Insurance)



Course Outline

Introduction

The course starts by highlighting the extent of financial crime across the globe and discusses how firms can be targeted by criminals. It explains the offences of money laundering and terrorist financing and explores the role of FATF and the international legislative framework in place to combat these activities.

Case Study

The case study, which advances as the course progresses, is designed to highlight typical money laundering issues which can occur at the key stages of a client relationship and how these should be mitigated. At each stage, the learner makes a preliminary assessment of the action to be taken based on some key facts and is then presented with detailed content on the requirements in relation to initial and ongoing client due diligence, sanctions screening, suspicious transaction reporting and tipping off.

Course test

The course ends with a 10 question multiple choice test that selects at random from a bank of 25.

Further Information

Format

SCORM 1.2 compliant. The course uses Adobe Flash and Trivantis Lectora.

Implementation

This course runs on any SCORM compliant LMS platform. Adobe Flash Player 8 plug-in (or later) must be installed in the web browser. JavaScript must also be enabled and all pop-up blockers disabled.

Course Overview

This course provides an introduction to anti-money laundering.

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Details

Learning outcomes:

By the end of the course the learner will have a better understanding of:

  • The risks posed to firms by financial criminals
  • The legal obligations on firms and individuals in relation to anti-money laundering, counter terrorist financing and sanctions
  • The typical procedures in place in financial firms to ensure compliance with these obligations
  • Where to obtain further assistance

Audience:

The course is suitable for all staff and requires no previous knowledge or experience. Examples and interactions are designed to be used by staff at all levels.

Course duration:

Approximately 20 minutes.

Assessment:

The course includes a randomised question bank of 25 questions which can be tailored on request.


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