There are two kinds of financial crime, those generating illegitimate wealth (the proceeds of crime) and activities that protect, conceal or disguise those proceeds (money laundering).
Companies face a growing threat of financial crime, ranging from bribery, fraud and money laundering to terrorist financing.
Our Financial Crime Prevention Training Course will help your employees understand what financial crimes are, how to prevent them and what to do if they suspect a financial crime may occur.
Versions available as part of our Compliance Essentials and FCA Compliance Libraries.
This course will prepare your employees to:
Full design review conducted by a financial crime expert.
- The security questionnaire
- Phishing for information
- Creating a joint account
- Exercise: Authorisation form
- Exercise: Other reasons for prosecution
- Social engineering
- Further investigations
- Obtaining further information
- Dealing with the customer after the report
- Any other infringements?
- Request to increase savings amount
- Payment from a high-risk jurisdiction
- A useful tip
- Dealing with inside information
- What do you think?
- Exercise: The Fraud Triangle
- Repercussions of fraudulent activity
Approximately 40-minute long e-learning course followed by a 10-question assessment.
Suitable for all staff - examples and interactivities designed for staff at all levels. No previous knowledge or experience is required.
SHARD-compliant, responsive display on all devices, accessibility on screen readers, visual design controlled via a client style sheet.
Ability to offer optional test-out, whereby users can choose to skip the course content and complete the learning assignment simply bypassing the assessment.
All Windows, Mac OSX, iOS, Android (Flash-free for mobile compatibility). AICC and SCORM 1.2-compliant, suitable for both hosted and deployed SCORM or AICC.
Fully customisable on Skillcast Portal CMS.
Pre-translated versions not available, but all text content can be exported for translation into all languages.
Based on UK legislation, but suitable for global audiences upon the removal of UK-specific references and translation as necessary.