- What constitutes money laundering and what legislation exists to safeguard against it (e.g. POCA (Proceeds of Crime Act 2002), MAR (Market Abuse Regulations), and CFA (Criminal Finances Act 2017))
- Where and why money laundering takes place
- What red flags to look out for to spot money laundering
- The difference in money laundering ‘red flags’ between new customers and regular customers
- Why the ‘regulated sector’ exists and what it is
- What a ‘relevant person’ is and what this means under the law
- What the legislation requires from organisations to be compliant
- How to make informed decisions when suspicious of money laundering
Who would benefit
Suitable for all employees at all levels, this course is divided into five modules, the course can be taken all at once for a holistic, detailed introduction to anti-money laundering, or users can take and revisit separate modules to suit their schedule and preferred learning style.
Certification and assessment
Subject to the satisfactory completion of the assessment accompanying this course, learners are given access to an electronic Solicitors Regulation Authority approved certificate (in PDF format), which they are able to print and display.