Terrorist activity significantly impacts upon our communities, breach human rights and are a threat to national security. Regulated firms are committed to playing an active part in the worldwide fight against terrorist financing through a framework of systems and controls that aim to deter, disrupt and detect terrorist activity.
In this course delegates will look at the nature of terrorism, some common methods of financing terrorism and how groups and individuals obtain the tools and substances required to commit atrocities.
The course will help to develop an enhanced understanding of how the aims of each terrorist group can be analysed to identify likely financing methodology, and of how the financiers of terrorism aim to disguise their activity, often working collusively with other criminals, even engaging in apparently legitimate trade.
You will learn how to perform a risk assessment, and using this knowledge, help to design and implement a framework of systems and controls to manage the significant risk of terrorist financing, including the financing of proliferation and dual-use goods.
The course will help to inform delegates that managing risks requires much more than placing reliance on sanction lists alone!
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