Date(s) - 12/06/2017
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
When & Where
12 June 2017 London
23 October 2017 London
Who should attend?
This course is suitable for compliance officers, managers, team leaders and people whose roles carry a higher potential exposure to financial crime.
What are the outcomes of attending? Programme
- Challenging complacency – insurance sector exposure and the financial and reputational impact
- Money laundering, fraud (including insurance fraud), identity/data theft, sanctions, terrorism and bribery/corruption
- UK and international legislation, and penalties; Bribery Act 2010 in detail
- The FCA’s approach to financial crime and its guidance. Prosecution or enforcement?
- The agencies and particular sector initiatives
- Identifying and reporting suspicious transactions and indicators, including politically exposed persons (PEPs)
- Following risk based procedures – deterrence, prevention and detection.
By the end of the course you will be able to:
- Understand the exposure and consequences of financial crime for the insurance profession
- Identify the main types of financial crime and their characteristics
- Describe the key (and evolving) legislation to counter financial crime and the penalties for non-compliance
- Explain the regulatory priority given to financial crime and what the FCA expects of firms and individuals
- Describe the roles of the main agencies in combatting financial crime, including those within the profession
- Recognise suspicious transactions
- Outline the key but proportionate anti-financial crime controls that a firm should have in place.
Who is running the workshop?
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How do I book?
For bookings, enquiries and updates visit www.cii.co.uk/f2f or call customer service 0208 989 8464
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