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Compliance Training
OFAC - Office of Foreign Assets Control
All Learners
Money Laundering (AML)

Money laundering remains a pressing concern for businesses around the globe. Evolving methods, approaches and persistent criminal organizations continue to drive illegal billion-dollar enterprises. Tough laws around the globe make it imperative that organizations train employees about this topic and their obligations to identify and report questionable transactions. This course raises awareness about money laundering, teaches learners about their responsibilities under policy and the law and provides practical guidance designed to help identify and prevent money laundering.

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  • All Learners
All Learners

Key concepts covered in this course:

  • Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) basics
  • Forms of money laundering
  • Importance of following procedures and policies
  • Common scenarios that can lead to violations of policy and the law
  • Identifying transactions that should be reported
  • Obligation to record and report suspicious transactions
  • Reporting and asking questions internally

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Anti-Money Laundering (Learning Block)

Provides a high-level overview of anti-money laundering measures common to vulnerable industries and covers: warning signs of money laundering, knowing your customer and customer identification programs, risk-based due diligence for screening and the importance of reporting suspicious activities.

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