Financial Crime Risk Management - An Essential Update

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Course details

Date
26 February 2015
Time 
09:00  -  17:00
Full venue address 
London, London Stock Exchange, 10 Paternoster Square, London EC4M 7LS
CPD Hours 
6
Delegate Rate 
£695 excl. VAT
Event Reference 
FC01
Event type 
Workshop

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Course description

Overview

The global crisis and its aftermath have provided the background to a brutal refresher course for business in the risks associated with financial crime: from the convictions in the Madoff, Galleon and Stanford cases to the on-going investigations at UBS. The increased risks have triggered a variety of responses from authorities around the world in terms of consultation papers, revised laws and changes to best practice guidance in the areas of money laundering and terrorist financing, fraud, insider dealing and bribery and corruption. 

 Why attend?

This inter-active course provides an essential update for business professionals at this time.   Its key features are:          

  • an effective anti- financial crime controls framework

  • Financial crime threat assessment and trend analysis in 2013

  • Review of The Bribery Act 2010 as it is working in practice and the new  approach taken by the SFO

  • Overview of the new international standards on money laundering and their impact in the EU and UK

  • Emphasis on the crucial ethical dimension

  • Consideration of the UK’s new authority and regulatory framework 

  • Review and analysis of recent cases

Location:  London Stock Exchange

A one day training course designed for all those indviduals responsible for implementing best practice crime risk managment in their organisation.