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Money Laundering Investigation and Detection
Brief Description
The short course in Money Laundering Investigation and Detection provides you with the requisite skills and knowledge to implement risk-mitigating procedures and ensure compliance with the requirements of South African anti-money-laundering legislation. Commercial crime poses a significant threat to the stability of any financial system and democratic institutions, and as such, this course looks at strategies to combat these crimes by targeting illegal proceeds and removing the profit element. You will be able to gain invaluable insights to international and South African frameworks, regulations and guidelines on client identification, money laundering schemes, tracing of assets, and asset seizure and forfeiture. This credit-bearing course* provides you with an entry point to formal degree programmes exclusively presented by the University of Pretoria with credits afforded towards the specified degree modules FRA705 (20 credits).
Learning Outcomes
After successfully completing this course, you will be able to understand international and South African frameworks regulations and guidelines on client identification money laundering schemes the tracing of assets asset seizure and forfeiture* Successful completion of credit-bearing short courses entails that a candidate who otherwise complies with all the admission requirements for corresponding formal degree programmes as published annually in the respective year faculty year books of the University of Pretoria may upon registering for the formal programme obtain credits for the corresponding degree modules. Normal application processes for admission to formal programmes at the University of Pretoria must be followed. Certificates of successful completion of credit-bearing short courses issued by Enterprises University of Pretoria must be submitted during the application for recognition of allocated credits.
Course Content
The course covers the following topics:
  • Anti-money laundering laws and regulations
  • Money laundering schemes and case studies
  • Responsibilities of financial institutions and others
  • Responsibilities of the regulatory authorities
  • Investigation methodology
  • Independent audits and reviews
Entry Requirements
Prospective delegates should at least have a degrees or other tertiary qualification. However, in the absence of such formal qualification, extensive work experience and an ability to participate effectively in such a specialist programme will be required.
Course Number:
P002863
Catalogue and Category:
Financial Management and Taxation
Who Should attend:
This course is ideal for you if you are an/a Compliance Officer, Risk Manager, Internal Auditor, Company Secretary, Forensic Investigator and Commercial Crime Investigator and Prosecutor, Attorney, Auditor, Accountant and Business Consultant
Delivery Mode:
Contact Sessions
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