Anti-money Laundering Awareness (US)
Money laundering is a complex and widespread crime. It threatens the United States’ prosperity, undermines the financial system, and funds further criminal activity. Under the Bank Secrecy Act, all financial institutions must have an anti-money laundering (AML) compliance program. This requirement applies to many organizations, not just banks. Training is a core requirement for every AML compliance program.
This course is for all employees in customer-facing roles that involve financial transactions. It explains how money laundering and terrorism financing occur and the framework to prevent them. It also covers identifying and reporting suspicious activities and the due diligence steps required to fulfill “know your customer” guidelines.
- Money laundering explained
- Reverse money laundering as a means of financing terrorism
- Legal duties to prevent money laundering
- Common money laundering techniques and suspicious activities
- Fulfill know your customer (KYC) guidelines
- Customer identification and customer due diligence