In line with the recent UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) thematic review into money laundering risks and vulnerabilities in the capital markets, this course explores customer risk and financial market product and service risk typologies. It examines the specific financial crime risk factors involved in key customer types such as funds and exchanges and compares the vulnerabilities of major financial markets products, such as derivatives and foreign exchange. You will also learn more about the importance of the CDD process in mitigating these risks.

This on demand course is awarded in association with Alliance Manchester Business School, the University of Manchester.

UK Finance members can get a 5 per cent discount on all ICA courses – USE DISCOUNT CODE: UKFIN5 at checkout. 

Learning outcomes:

  • Understanding corruption
  • The craft of corruption
  • Who are the stakeholders?
  • High-risk countries, industries and customers
  • Anti-corruption legislation
  • Enforcement
  • A holistic approach to corruption risk mitigation
  • Future trends and the rise of the anti-corruption professionals

Agenda:

This course can be enrolled onto at any time and students have up to three months to complete the course. 

Area of expertise:
Andrew Clarke

Andrew Clarke

AML/Financial Crime Prevention Course Director

ICA Specialist Certificates are designed for anyone wanting focused yet accessible knowledge in specific areas of risk. They are suitable either for those working in the first and second lines of defence looking to certify existing specialist areas of knowledge, or for those looking to increase their professional agility by learning about new areas of risk.