Overview

We provide a range of training that equips students with the necessary knowledge of relevant legislation to ensure compliance with the mandatory requirements of the specific Acts whilst also giving investigators a greater understanding of the Proceeds of Crime Act and how it can be practically utilised to combat financial crime. Additionally, our Financial Intelligence Courses are essential for those involved in financial investigations.

Our Courses:

Financial Intelligence Course - Level 1

The aim of this 1 day course is to explore what constitutes financial crime in its many different guises, e.g. money laundering, fraud, bribery etc, both on a practical and theoretical basis. The course seeks to outline the legislation, regulations and methods that can be used to gather intelligence relevant to the investigation of financial crime.

This course will be of use to any business or individual who is involved in the financial services or property industries, law enforcement, legal services or local authorities.

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Financial Intelligence Course - Level 2

The aim of this 1 day course is to reinforce the elements of what financial crime is and what legislation is available to counteract it. The course seeks to build on Level 1 by exploring the correct methods that can be utilised for obtaining best evidence in relation to the different types of financial crime. The course also gives the student an insight into the methods that can be used for recovering the proceeds of crime and how this can be achieved.

This course will be of use to any business or individual who is involved in the financial services or property industries, law enforcement, legal services or local authorities.

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Anti-Money Laundering Awareness (AMLA)

The aim of this 1 day course is to fulfil the Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds (Information on the Payer) Regulations 2017 mandatory requirement, for businesses and organisations to train all relevant staff in regard to the law relating to money laundering or terrorist financing; how to recognise and deal with transactions and other activities which may be related to money laundering or terrorist financing and how to submit internal suspicious activity reports.

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Money Laundering Reporting Officer (MLRO)

The aim of this 1 day course is to outline the legislation on anti-money laundering and combating terrorist financing measures; explain the requirements of the Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds (Information on the Payer) Regulations 2017 and how these should be applied in practice.

This course also fulfils the requirement of Senior Management to provide a competent MLRO to receive and consider internal disclosures and to make suspicious activity reports to the relevant authority.

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Proceeds of Crime Act

The aim of this 1 day course is to outline the legislation around the areas of confiscation, cash detention, money laundering, civil recovery and investigative orders, and how the legislation may be utilised to identify relevant offences and how to confiscate the proceeds of those offences.

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Bribery Act 2010

The aim of this half day course is to outline the legislation regarding the new Bribery Act 2010 and how this piece of legislation affects personnel in the workplace; it is worthy of note that the previous corruption offences have been repealed by this act.

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