Financial crime and Intelligence Analysis


Eligibility: Any finance professional

Duration: 75 Hrs


Course Summary

This course is targeted at organisations that want to establish a financial intelligence or threat assessment unit; or who want to enhance their existing capability. It focuses on the use of Structured Analytical Techniques, which are tools that have a clear methodology and are rooted in critical thinking. This course will enhance an analyst's analytical tradecraft to the same standard as intelligence analysts in Western Governments. For financial institutions that are striving to innovate; mitigate risk; and want to stay a step ahead of ever-increasing financial crime threats; analytical tradecraft is essential.

Course Content:

  • Financial Intelligence Analysis and assessment 
  • Introduction to money laundering.
  • Trade based money laundering.
  • Review of a TF case study
  • Emerging Threats in Money Laundering
  • Financial Intelligence Exercise and debrief.
  • Terrorism financing and fraud
  • P2P Emergence Crypto-currency and VASPS
  • Sanctions and Sanctions Busting
  • Case Study on Round Tripping Fraud
  • AML Exercise
  • The Principles of the Risk Based Approach
  • Case study regarding Government Corruption
  • Understanding KYC.
  • Understanding Customer Identification
  • KYC & Customer Identification
  • Understanding Customer Due Diligence
  • Customer Identification Processes
  • Customer Due Diligence Process
  • Customer Due Diligence Webinar
  • CDD Assignment
  • CDD and Customer Identification Processes
  • KYC Technology
  • PEPs & Processes
  • PEP Filtering Technology
  • KYC For Correspondent Banking
  • KYC Technology, PEPs, EP Filtering Technology & Correspondent Banking
  • External Fraud Detection Processes
  • Employee Fraud Detection Processes
  • Fraud Detection Processes
  • Fraud Detection Technologies
  • Fraud Detection Technologies
  • Application Fraud - Synthetic Credit Profiles
  • The Roles and Responsibilities of FATF.
  • State Sponsored Terrorism, a study into Hezbollah
  • Government Corruption A case study 1MDB Malaysia
  • Professional Money Launderers and Gateways (Lawyers, Notaries, Accountants)
  • Cyber Threat and Insider Actors.
  • Money Value Transfer Business and MSB’s
  • A case study in Interpretation of Financial data
  • CFT Exercise “stop the attack”. 
  • Proliferation and Sanctions breaches.
  • Case Study in Terrorist Groups methodologies and motivation.
  • Radicalisation and Extremism as seen in Banking data.
  • CFT Exercise (Continued)
  • how to investigate PEPS and High Net Worth Beneficial Owners
  • Cyber-Crime Typologies
  • PEP exercise Establishing True ownership of opaque structures and entities.
  • Debrief of the Programme

Intec and advantage from the course :

• This key training programme provides an interactive experience for employees in intelligence analysis to benefit their organization.
• Staff will be better trained to identify the key methods of the money laundering process.
• The students will become more vigilant to the requirements needed to recognize to the evolving complexities and risks of Financial Crime.
• The students will share experiences and learn new skills and knowledge to share with colleagues in the workplace.
• The participants will be enhancing their own ability to gain greater awareness, knowledge, and investigation experience.
• This programme will develop and hone the students’ skills in analysis, critical thinking and assessments.
• Gain confidence in the recognition of the current typologies and indicators of money laundering and financial crime.
• Will learn to apply investigation techniques into workplace environment.
• The course will prepare students for more theoretical and academic study opportunities in Financial Crime.