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Mastering Anti-Money Laundering Regulation: A Compliance Guide for Practitioners


ISBN13: 9780273759034
Published: July 2012
Publisher: FT Prentice Hall
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £100.00



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Mastering Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorist Financing is an introduction to tackling money laundering and terrorist financing.

It begins with the basics of what money laundering and terrorist financing are, how they occur and describes the international standards applicable to fighting them. The book then progresses into a detailed examination of the policies, procedures, systems, controls and training programmes necessary for achieving compliance.

Mastering Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorist Financing includes:-

  • How to put together an effective compliance framework to meet your legal obligations
  • Suspicion recognition and other guidance materials
  • Examples of policy documents and checklists
  • Advice on how to build and maintain a culture in which compliance becomes part of your business model
  • Access to discounted training videos at www.antimoneylaunderingvideos.com

Subjects:
Banking and Finance, Money Laundering
Contents:
Chapter 1: Fundamental Concepts
1.1 Background and Definitions
1.2 Key Processes in Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing
1.3 Use of Different Elements of the Financial and Commercial System

Chapter 2: The International Framework
2.1 Key Components of the International Legal and Institutional Framework
2.2 Key Requirements for Financial Institutions
2.3 Key Components of a National AML Framework

Chapter 3: The Role, Structure and Position of the AML Compliance Function
3.1 The Emerging Markets Context
3.2 Core Elements of the AML Compliance Officer Role
3.3 Organising and Structuring the Compliance Function
3.4 Creating a Compliance Culture

Chapter 4: "Know Your Customer" and the Risk-Based Approach
4.1 Background to the Risk-Based Approach
4.2 Components of the Risk-Based Approach
4.3 Focus on Politically Exposed Persons
4.4 Focus on Correspondent Banking
4.5 Constructing a Risk-Based Approach for your Organisation

Chapter 5: Suspicion Recognition
5.1 Background and General Principles
5.2 Typologies (Retail, Wholesale, Wealth Management, Insurance/Asset Management)
5.3 Account Analysis Examples
5.4 Case Study Examples

Chapter 6: International Cooperation
6.1 Background
6.2 Modern Structures of Organised Crime and Terrorism
6.3 Mechanisms and Tools of International Cooperation
Chapter 7: Constructing, Delivering and Managing Formal Training Programmes
7.1 General Awareness-Raising
7.2 Consumer/Retail Specific Programmes
7.3 Wholesale/Corporate Specific Programmes
7.4 Private Banking/High Net Worth Programmes
7.5 Insurance and Asset Management Programmes
7.6 Tracking Tools

Series: FT Mastering