In recent years the role of compliance has rapidly evolved to become a critical, and often mandatory, organisational function. The role has a distinct responsibility to mitigate tangible risks, particularly in an environment of tightening regulatory controls and heightened enforcement activity, with punishments for financial crime becoming more frequent, sizable and subject to criminal, as well as civil liability.
This course ties international compliance requirements with recommended compliance frameworks designed to strengthen the compliance culture of the organisation. The course also takes an in-depth look into how to set and enhance compliance culture in an organisation through policies, procedures and organisational relationships. It is this compliance culture that must filter into an organisation's compliance programmes.
Risk identification and mitigation is essential to any organisation's compliance framework. This course takes a deeper look at the common indicators of fraud and market misconduct, and ways to mitigate these risks within an organisation. With the current advancements in technology, a pertinent look at the risks of cybercrime, social media and electronic banking fraud will be included.
The facilitator will impart knowledge on how to develop and implement these compliance programmes which also includes Board reporting and other control functions (like audit). The importance of corporate governance in monitoring and implementing a compliance programme will give the participants an insight into the importance of senior management reporting and top-down approach in the implementation of the organisation's compliance culture.
Who Should Attend
- Compliance Managers and Compliance Officers
- Anti-Money Laundering Officers and the Deputies
- Senior Management
- Company Secretaries and Corporate Governance Officers
Benefits of Attending
- Learn essential compliance concepts and frameworks
- Understand the importance of compliance culture and implementation of compliance policies
- Acquire key concepts in order to mitigate fraud and other compliance risks
- Define the role of key players and corporate governance in implementing compliance frameworks
- Identify and discuss emerging compliance issues and trends
Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
Established in 1996, The CPD Certification Service is the independent CPD accreditation centre working across all sectors, disciplines and further learning applications and supports policies of institutional and professional organisations globally.
CPD is the term used to describe the learning activities professionals engage in to develop and enhance their abilities and keep skills and knowledge up to date. This course is an accredited Continuing Professional Development (CPD) training which means it meets CPD standards and benchmarks. The learning value has been scrutinised to ensure integrity and quality.
Sharon Ditchburn is a Fellow
of the Governance Institute of
Australia and ICSA (UK), a
Certified Practicing Accountant,
and holds legal qualifications
from Australia, as well as an
MBA specialising in Corporate
Dusit Thani Hotel
Dusit Thani Hotel
Dusit Thani Hotel
133 Sheikh Zayed Road
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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Course fees include documentation, lunch and refreshments. Delegates who attend all sessions and successfully complete the course assessment will receive an Informa Certificate of Completion.
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