ICA International Compliance Association

      ICA Diploma in Financial Crime Prevention / ICA International Diploma in Financial Crime Prevention

      ICA International Compliance Association

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      Información importante

      Tipología Diploma de Especialización
      Metodología Semipresencial
      Duración 9 Meses
      Inicio Fechas a elegir
      Campus online
      Envío de materiales de aprendizaje
      Servicio de consultas
      Tutor personal
      • Diploma de Especialización
      • Semipresencial
      • Duración:
        9 Meses
      • Inicio:
        Fechas a elegir
      • Campus online
      • Envío de materiales de aprendizaje
      • Servicio de consultas
      • Tutor personal

      Financial crime is a key threat for industry and regulatory authorities alike. Having knowledgeable, fully trained staff who understand the risks and how they can be managed is essential. The ICA Diplomas in Financial Crime Prevention increase awareness amongst individuals and help prevent fraud, protecting firms.

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      · ¿Cuáles son los objetivos de este curso?

      What will you learn? Understanding and managing financial crime Practical application of the International Standards* The prevention and detection of specific financial crime risks Data and information security Bribery and corruption Electronic crime Investigation, prosecution and recovery

      · ¿A quién va dirigido?

      Who is this course suitable for? Fraud Prevention and Investigation Officers, Managers and Deputies MLROs and Deputies Managers with responsibility for internal organisational fraud, financial crime and AML controls Risk Managers Internal Audit and Regulatory Staff Law enforcement Individuals who have completed the ICA AML Diploma (UK or international) or the ICA Certificate in Financial Crime Prevention

      · Requisitos

      Entry requirements Sound educational background, e.g. degree or professional qualification in an appropriate discipline OR Attainment of the ICA Certificate in Financial Crime Prevention OR Three years relevant work experience

      · Titulación

      ICA Diploma in Financial Crime Prevention / ICA International Diploma in Financial Crime Prevention

      · ¿Qué distingue a este curso de los demás?

      There is a lot of choice when it comes to your qualification – and we know that there are other options – but take a look at the benefits of choosing an ICA qualification: • Independently awarded qualifications that are also awarded in association with the UK’s largest campus-based business school: Alliance Manchester Business School, the University of Manchester. • As this is an accredited educational institution, you can be rest assured that your achievements will be recognised globally by both regulators and employers as being the benchmark of excellence • Assessed in a way that tests your critical thinking and judgment skills rather than just your memory • Career-enhancing with many students reporting promotions or higher-paid jobs as a result of attaining their qualification • Practically focused and designed so you can apply your knowledge immediately, empowering you to perform at your very best • Enable you to develop best practice initiatives that help prevent and mitigate risk at your firm • Be part of their global compliance community of thousands of like-minded professionals

      · How will you be assessed?

      3 x 2,500 - 3,500 word assignments

      · Membership of ICA

      In order to study any ICA course you will need to become a member of ICA.

      · What are the benefits of the workshop?

      - Learn from your peers - learn new ideas and approaches that allow you to become more efficient at work - Ask questions about the course that directly relates to your role, bringing the subject matter to life - Learn from world-class subject matter experts who are not just tutors, but have worked in the field of regulatory risk and compliance - Networking opportunities! - Explore a new way of working - hands on information that is specific to your role helps you grow as a professional. Curate new ideas to help you with your approach to work. - Break out of your comfort zone - sitting in a workshop can be a daunting experience if you haven;t been in education for a while but this can help you find new ways of thinking, thus adding value to your role - Have fun and grow in confidence in your approach!

      · As it can be studied via online, what are the benefits of a virtual classroom?

      - Access to coursework and tutors from anywhere in the world - Combination of both structure and freedom - you can have the structure of a formal classroom environment with the freedom to do an online course that suits your individual learning needs - Addresses the work-life balance that a lot of people feel is a barrier to learning - Expanded worldview - you will learn with international students, not necessarily from your jurisdiction, you get an exclusive insight into other businesses, cultures and attitudes which can inform your own approaches to problem solving - Increased digital skills - while increasing your knowledge and skills in your chosen subject, you can also benefit from using online learning technology.

      · Where can I find more information about this ICA qualification?

      You can find more information here: https://www.int-comp.org/qualifications/all-certificates-and-diplomas/diploma-in-fcp/

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      ¿Qué aprendes en este curso?

      Cumplimiento normativo
      Prevención de blanqueo de capitales
      Anti-Money laundering
      Risk Management
      Record Keeping
      Awareness and training
      Terrorist funds
      Cybercrime prevention
      Misuse electronic payment products
      Corporate fraud
      Financial sector
      Banking fraud
      Managing fraud risks


      Gail Wessels
      Gail Wessels
      Compliance Specialist and Trainer


      Data and Information Security

      • Information security: A risk to be managed

      • Information security techniques

      • Systems and control

      • The planned response

      Bribery and Corruption

      • The purpose of international conventions on bribery and corruption

      • Evaluation and rating of individual jurisdictions against the international conventions and standards

      • Corruption and money laundering

      • Establishing systems and controls for countering bribery and corruption

      Corporate Governance and the Management of Financial Crime
        • The corporate governance models and requirements

        • Responsibilities of directors and non- executive directors

        • The role of the auditor in corporate governance

        • Financial crime: a business risk to be managed

        • Managing fraud risks

      Market Fraud: Market Manipulation/ Misleading Statements, Insider Dealing and Market Abuse
        • A fair, efficient and transparent market

        • Insider dealing

        • Market manipulation and misleading statements (Market abuse)

        • Investigating and prosecuting market manipulation

      Corporate and Business Frauds

      • Defining corporate and business fraud • Internal fraud and collusion
      • Senior management fraud
      • Fraudulent trading
      • Procurement, purchasing and sales frauds
      • Payroll, pension and expenses frauds
      • External frauds against the business

      Financial Sector Fraud

      • The vulnerability of the financial sector
      • Identity theft and fraud
      • Banking fraud
      • Lending and credit fraud
      • Trade finance fraud
      • Securities and investment fraud
      • Defining securities and investment fraud
      • Insurance fraud

      Investigation Prosecution and Recovery

      Investigating Fraud Internally

      • A planned process

      • Conducting the internal investigation

      • Interviewing and identifying a suspect

      • Reporting the results of internal investigations