Money laundering, etc. and sanctions risks for FinTech companies

Money laundering, etc. and sanctions risks for FinTech companies

Money laundering, terrorist financing, bribery, corruption, fraud, sanctions. For millions of people and businesses around the world, these things are more interesting on TV than in real life. But increasingly they are relevant to businesses that have direct or indirect involvement in life of money. Companies that develop services that rival those of banks or insurance brokers or car dealers or jewellery shops and many more are caught up in a ripple effect that means they are caught in a pincer movement: governments want them to be regulated and criminals want to use them. This seminar helps get to the issues and explains the risks.

Venues, dates and prices will be available shortly.
This course may be booked in-house or by professional bodies, etc. for their members.

Format: Seminar


This course presumes knowledge of basic principles relating to money laundering, terrorist financing, bribery, corruption and sanctions awareness and risk management. It is recommended that delegates first take our foundation course.

This course does not deal with specific law and regulation in a country. It is a principles not law based course.

This course focusses on the specific risks that are faced by the market segment known as "FinTech" and how (globally) regulators view companies and their obligations and how criminals aim to use FinTech services for criminal purposes.

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One day course presented in English.

Level: Intermediate / advanced.