Anti-Money Laundering: A Major Substantive Compliance Topic & an Example of Risk Management

LAW BK 927

This AML training course is intended to familiarize students with the risks of money laundering and terrorist financing; describe the legal and regulatory framework that governs AML compliance and its relationship to a financial institution's overall compliance function; and explain the consequences of non- compliance. At the end of the course, students should have not only a good working knowledge of AML compliance as a major compliance area for financial institutions but also a concrete example of risk management, monitoring and testing and the administrative requirements involved in customer screening.

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