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Anti-Money Laundering Compliance Learning
Anti-Money Laundering Courses (Global, APAC and China)
Help prevent the 5% of global GDP or US $2 trillion lost to money laundering / financial crime
Combat Financial Crime with Thomson Reuters Compliance Learning
The purpose of these courses is to analyse financial crime topics, including money laundering, fraud, bribery, and corruption, allowing you to familiarise employees with the process of the criminal business. Financial crime online courses provide an insight into all the necessary laws to ensure employees understand their vital role in identifying and combating financial crime.
This course is suitable for all employees.
Regional courses available to support differing legislative requirements.
- Identify methods that criminals use to launder money and finance
- Explain the importance of risk-based due-diligence procedures
- Explain the purpose of financial sanctions and how they are implemented
- Identify suspicious behaviour and know how to escalate concerns, and more
- Customer Due Diligence
- Financial Sanctions
- Your Role and Responsibilities
- National Laws and Regulations
- Reporting Suspicions
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