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ICA Specialist Certificates are practical, accessible online courses that provide a deeper dive into key areas of risk in your business or particular industry sectors. Gain actionable knowledge quickly to boost your confidence and credibility.
"The content of the course is well-structured with great references to real-life scenarios thought out the course manual. The podcasts are a good summary of the most important topics from each study unit."
This course will help you better manage bribery and corruption risk exposure.
Examine the key terrorist motivators and what terrorists need to operate.
Understand the various products and markets where money laundering risks can manifest in the gaming industry.
Compare and contrast the trade-based money laundering typologies such as variable pricing and goods.
Explore the specific financial crime risk factors involved in key customer types and compare the susceptibility of major financial market products.
Analyse the fundamentals of correspondent banking and the opportunities for money launderers.
This course will help you get to grips with the purpose, key success factors and risks associated with governance.
Gain the skills and tools to address business conduct issues and put a conduct framework in place.
Evaluate the financial crime risks mobile financial services present and explore the vulnerabilities within the industry.
Get to grips with how technology impacts firms like yours and consider the influence of tech on your business model.
Gain the skills to mitigate the risks of AML in the Art market.
Help manage your firm's cryptocurrencies risk exposure with this accessible online course.
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Martin Woods, Compliance Week
on Wednesday October 14, 2020
In the wake of the FinCEN Files leaks, Martin Woods examines whether monitoring text rather than numbers in transactions could serve as a solution to our greater anti-money laundering woes .... More
on 20 October 2020
It is generally acknowledged that great strides forward have been made over the last decade in the fight against money laundering and financial crime. Few, however, would claim that there remains little to be done. But a remarkable new report by BAE Systems demonstrates just how far we have to go..... More