Trade Based Money Laundering

Wednesday 6th February 2019 13:30 – 17:00

Venue: Offices of Winckworth Sherwood, London

5 Montague Close, London, SE1 9BB

In this course, delegates will develop an enhanced understanding of the trade products and services that are offered and of the risks relating to the movement of goods and within transaction flows. This will include the very latest trends in trade based money laundering techniques, and how terrorist financiers, tax evaders and sanctions evaders use trade to achieve their illicit aims.

Using real-life case studies, exercises and learning from the peer group, delegates will be encouraged to develop an enhanced practical understanding on how to manage trade based financial crime risks, whilst meeting commercial, legal and regulatory compliance responsibilities.

We are excited to have Lee Byrne, principal of the Great Chatwell Academy of Learning presenting this course.

The course will be hosted by our friends at Winckworth Sherwood and costs £399*. This is an intimate face-to-face training course strictly limited to a maximum of 18 delegates. We are offering a £100 discount for delegates attending this course who also wish to attend our Level One Introduction to AML and CFT Course earlier in the day. People booking onto both courses will be sent a single use code so that they can book onto the Level One Introduction to AML and CFT Course. This doesn’t have to be the same person.

Full course details can be found below

This course was developed and is run by The Great Chatwell Academy of Learning and brought to you in partnership with MLROs.com

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About this Course

In this course, delegates will develop an enhanced understanding of the trade products and services that are offered and of the risks relating to the movement of goods and within transaction flows. This will include the very latest trends in trade based money laundering techniques, and how terrorist financiers, tax evaders and sanctions evaders use trade to achieve their illicit aims.

Using real-life case studies, exercises and learning from the peer group, delegates will be encouraged to develop an enhanced practical understanding on how to manage trade based financial crime risks, whilst meeting commercial, legal and regulatory compliance responsibilities.

 

This course will be suitable for:

  • All operational risk professionals including financial crime compliance (FCC) and money laundering practitioners
  • Customer facing and middle office professionals in Trade Finance functions of regulated firms
  • Audit, Risk, Financial Crime Compliance professionals who wish to develop a deeper understanding of this important area of risk management
  • MLRO’s, Deputy MLRO’s and other senior FCC professional who wish to broaden their personal understanding and expertise in managing trade based money laundering risks

 

Trade Based Money Laundering Course Overview & Expected Learning Outcomes

The course provides an introduction to trade and trade based finance, including a history of developments leading up to the current day and modern-day supply chain finance. You will learn more about some of the trade based products and services, and of the international laws and trade practises such as UCP rules that govern these.

You will understand more about some specific trade based money laundering typologies, such as the misrepresentation of value, quantity and quality of goods. This includes the work of the bodies such as the International Maritime Bureau to identify fraud-based activities such as false documentation.

During the session, delegates will develop an enhanced awareness of real-life operational trade-related financial crime risks and how the regulated sector is used to move value between international collusive criminals.

Critically, delegates will gain a better understanding of some of the risk management techniques and the reason behind increased regulation and regulatory scrutiny. This will include red flags to identify criminal activity.

Finally, the course will provide an update on modern day international terrorism financing and the licensing of dual-use goods and substances listed under sanctions restrictions.