Anti-Money Laundering for Financial Professionals

Code:
EL31314
Objective:

At the conclusion of this course, you should be able to:Understand the scope and effect of money laundering. Recognize the process and methodology of money laundering. Determine the impact of money laundering on the operations and responsibilities of insurance professionals and their companies. Identify regulation for AML compliance in the insurance industry. Understand how to apply and establish an effective anti-money laundering program for insurance companies 

Description:

Money laundering plays a fundamental role in facilitating the ambitions of drug traffickers, terrorists, organized criminals, insider dealers, tax evaders, and many others who need to avoid the attention from authorities that sudden wealth from illegal activities brings. In using money laundering, criminals seek to make their ill-gotten profits beyond the reach of asset forfeiture laws. Financial institutions such as insurance companies are at the forefront of the battle against money launderers. Under current legislation, insurance companies are responsible for policing their financial dealings and reporting suspicious transactions. This course will examine anti-money laundering regulation in the insurance industry, specifically focusing on the USA PATRIOT Act of 2001, the Suspicious Activities Report (SAR), the Customer Identification Programs (CIP), and the "Know Your Customer" provision (KYC).

$55.00

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