Format: 2-day training
Time: 1-4 p.m. ET
CPE Credit(s): 6
Instructor: Andrew Clarke
Risk assessments lie at the core of your business transacting and business partnership decisions, particularly when it comes to insulating your business from financial- and cyber-based crimes.
This course covers common risk assessment standards, processes, and methodologies, explaining how to define risk from anti-money laundering, cybercrime, and sanctions perspectives and how to build a successful risk assessment program for your institution.
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About the trainer
Andrew Clarke has extensive experience in combating money laundering and the financing of terrorism. As a police detective, he investigated complex cases involving criminals ranging from professional enablers helping organized crime groups to corrupt politicians. Utilizing that experience, he specializes in creating and delivering training courses across the financial crime portfolio and providing business compliance support.
At a strategic level, he has worked on global AML projects with the United Nations, World Bank, and IMF and is widely recognized as a subject matter expert in financial crime compliance.