This CISI qualification provides a global view of financial crime, examining money laundering, terrorist financing, bribery, corruption and fraud, along with a greater international focus and an emphasis on the practitioner response. The CCL exam study course has been designed to provide attendees with a comprehensive summary of all the...
This CISI qualification provides a global view of financial crime, examining money laundering, terrorist financing, bribery, corruption and fraud, along with a greater international focus and an emphasis on the practitioner response. The CCL exam study course has been designed to provide attendees with a comprehensive summary of all the key material found in the CISI workbook and prepare them for the two-hour long 100-question exam.
It is highly interactive, and participants will be invited to discuss the material as well as illustrative real-life case studies in order to gain a practical understanding of the workbook content. Each unit ends with a selection of open-ended and multiple choice revision questions, and there is an hour-long mock exam at the end of the last day.
Who is this for?
The scope of the syllabus makes the qualification suitable for compliance officers and money laundering reporting officers, those involved in regulation, law enforcement, trade and commerce and individuals from bi-lateral development institutions and civil society organisations.
Element 1 The Background and Nature of Financial Crime
- 1.1 Definitions
- 1.2 Governmental and quasi-governmental approaches to CFC
- 1.3 Best practice
- 1.4 Asset recovery Element
2 Money Laundering
- 2.1 Background
- 2.2 International Anti-money laundering (AML) standards
- 2.3 Financial Action Task Force (FATF)
- 2.4 The role of other international bodies
Element 3 Terrorist Financing
- 3.1 Background
- 3.2 Measures to combat the financing of terrorism
- 3.3 Standards for combating the financing of terrorism
Element 4 Bribery and Corruption
- 4.1 Bribery and corruption
- 4.2 UK Bribery Act (2010)
- 4.3 Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) (1977)
- 4.4 Corrupt practice
- 4.5 Combating Corruption
- 4.6 Mutual legal assistance
Element 5 Fraud and Market Abuse
- 5.1 Fraud
- 5.2 Types of fraud
- 5.3 Market abuse
- 5.4 Sarbanes-Oxley Act (2002)
Element 6 Tax Evasion
- 6.1 Tax evasion
Element 7 Financial Sanctions
- 7.1 Financial Sanctions
Element 8 Financial Crime Risk Management
- 8.1 Considerations for the financial services sector
- 8.2 Risks
- 8.3 Practical business safeguards
Element 9 The Role of the Financial Services Sector
- 9.1 Relations with regulators
- 9.2 Specific responsibilities
- 9.3 Compliance
- 9.4 Fintech
- 9.5 Customer Due Diligence (CDD)
- 9.6 Reporting obligations
- 9.7 Consent regimes
- 9.8 Record keeping obligations
Our classroom training is delivered in-house and can be tailored to your Firm's requirements and the ability of the audience preparing for CISI exams.
Face to face training
Our recommended approach includes face to face training with one of our CISI expert trainers who will guide participants through the syllabus in a structured, engaging and interactive manner.
Practice tests and mock
Our face to face training days commence with a ‘kick-off’ test, testing the participants on their existing capabilities, and finish with a ‘progress’ test assessing their progress on the days topics.
As part of our in-house CISI study programmes, participants have access to chapter by chapter practice questions and a mock exam that simulates the real CISI examination.
These tools provide valuable feedback and monitoring to track the participants’ performance throughout the study programme and are vital in effectively preparing participants for success in their CISI exam.