Loss of reputation. Unemployment. Fines and imprisonment. Have we got your attention yet?
All of the above can be direct consequences of facilitating money laundering, a practice of obtaining money from criminal activity and integrating it into the economy, so it appears to have originated from a legal source.
There are strict money laundering laws and regulations that different types of businesses must follow. They often consist of mind-boggling terminology only solicitors can follow. But what to do when the law is not your area of expertise?
We have created the Anti-Money Laundering eLearning module that will enable the user to identify and understand what constitutes money laundering and how to exercise due diligence. Upon completion, the users will be confident in their ability to identify suspicious activities to relevant authorities.
Fully online and interactive, accessible 24/7 on any device, and with no time limits, thanks to Bolt’s state-of-the-art learning management system. A certificate can be downloaded upon the successful completion of the eLearning module.
- The Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds Regulations (2017)
- Serious Crime Act (2015)
- Crime and Courts Act (2013)
- The Money Laundering Regulations (2007)
- The Proceeds of Crime Act (2002)