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Anti-Money Laundering Training Course | Audit, Risk & Governance Training Course

Anti-Money Laundering

21 October - 24 October 2019
Novotel World Trade Centre, Dubai, UAE

Level: Intermediate

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Course Director

Nabil Zaki | Course Director

Nabil Zaki

Professor of Corporate Finance & Derivatives
New York University, USA

Course Schedule
  • 21 Oct 2019 Dubai


Nowadays, Money Laundering is increasingly gaining momentum and attention, both nationally and internationally. Therefore, the pressure is accelerating on financial institutions to comply with the money laundering regulations, and take effective steps to combat money laundering.

This course is a must, and of pivotal importance, for bankers and policy makers/regulators as it provides a holistic overview of money laundering issues; including schemes, effects, and the wide gamut of techniques for combatting it.

Who Should Attend

  • Board of Directors
  • Senior Bank Management Members
  • Central Bankers (Supervision Department)
  • Regulators
  • Government Policy Makers
  • Compliance and Governance Officers
  • Private Bankers and Wealth Managers
  • Risk Managers
  • Chief Finance Officers
  • Finance Directors and Comptrollers
  • Securities Analysts
  • Investment Professionals
  • Law Enforcement Agencies
  • MIS and Operations Executives

Benefits of Attending

  1. Design an effective anti-money laundering programme compliant with anti-money laundering and financial crime regulations
  2. Improve the efficiency and effectiveness of your anti-money laundering systems by adopting best practice and guidelines designed to detect, investigate, report, and resolve red flags
  3. Draft internal policies and directives related to anti-money laundering and financial crime regulations
  4. Apply a risk-based approach and ensure effective management of incidents that may create regulatory and reputation risks
  5. Analyse the SAR (Suspicion Activity Report) activities; including cheque fraud and kiting, computer intrusion, counterfeiting credit/debit cards, defalcation and embezzlement, Offshore Banking, Hawala and Zakat Activities, Money Trail, Penny Stock Manipulation
  6. Comprehend the Customer Due Diligence (CDD) processes and tools and construct a CDD Framework

Anti-Money Laundering