Financial Crime Training Courses in the United Arab Emirates
Online or onsite, instructor-led live Financial Crime training courses demonstrate through interactive discussion and hands-on practice the fundamentals and advanced topics of Financial Crime.
Financial Crime training is available as "online live training" or "onsite live training". Online live training (aka "remote live training") is carried out by way of an interactive, remote desktop. Onsite live training can be carried out locally on customer premises in AE or in NobleProg corporate training centers in AE.
All Senior Management who need a working knowledge of AML / CTF and their prevention – and an awareness of the other relevant and current Financial Crime issues;
Format of the course
A combination of:
By the end of this course, delegates will be able to:
Explain how AML and CTF might be prevented
Understand the major facets of AML and CTF as they apply to their companies and the national and international efforts being made to combat them
Define the ways in which a company and its staff should protect themselves against the risks of Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing
Detail how a company might become a target for Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing: and explain which “red flags” might help them to identify, prevent and report any (suspicious or actual) criminal activity
Understand some of the other “hot spots” in Financial Crime
There is an international emphasis in tackling money laundering. Compliance officers, AML Officers, MLRO’s, KYC analysts, Auditors and Managers need to understand how to ensure compliance with the Subsidiary 373.01, Prevention of Money Laundering and Funding of Terrorism Regulations (PMLFTR).
Under the PMLFTR all Subject Persons, including those within the regulated financial services sector, are required to appoint a Money Laundering Reporting Officer (MLRO).
This is a practical course that gives you knowledge and necessary guidance in how to approach AML compliance at your organisation, with special attention to the regulatory environment in Malta.
The Common Reporting Standard (CRS) is an OECD standard which calls on international jurisdictions to obtain information from their financial institutions and automatically exchange that information with other jurisdictions on an annual basis. The Standard requires all reports to be sent electronically in a format known as CRS XML.
To resolve errors related to file preparation and incomplete or inaccurate record information, the CRS Status Message XML Schema was created to check for file and record errors in the CRS XML Schema file.
In this instructor-led, live training, participants will learn:
the basic structure of the CRS XML Schema and CRS Status Message XML Schema.
steps for processing these files.
steps for converting Excel files to XML schema files.
steps for filing with their respective jurisdiction.
Format of the course
Part lecture, part discussion, exercises and heavy hands-on practice