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2024 Financial Crime Programme (United Kingdom)

Description

The Financial Crime Programme is a structured training series tailored for today's financial services professionals. Navigating the intricate realms of financial crime, this programme offers participants a holistic perspective, addressing both the overt and subtle challenges prevalent in the financial landscape. From grasping the nuances of threats such as proliferation financing to understanding the intricacies of reporting responsibilities, attendees will be equipped with the knowledge and insights to combat and prevent financial misconduct in their daily operations.

 

Suitable For

This programme is suitable for all financial services compliance professionals and those with a responsibility for mitigating financial crime risk.

 

Agenda

Webinar 1: The Importance of Proliferation Financing

16 September 2024 | 10:00-11:00 | 1 CPD Hours


Webinar 2: A practical approach in facing risks between Modern Slavery and AML

30 September 2024 | 10:00-11:00 | 1 CPD Hours


Webinar 3: Anti-Bribery and Corruption in practice

14 October 2024 | 10:00-11:00 | 1 CPD Hours


Webinar 4: To report or not to report, that is the question? An MLRO’s guide

21 October 2024 | 10:00-11:00 | 1 CPD Hours


Presenter

Shazia Zamir

Expert Trainer at the School of International Financial Services

Shazia Zamir 

Shazia Zamir has worked for over 25 years in various Senior Compliance roles held within Legal, Financial and Law Enforcement sectors. 

Her experience includes managing and setting up compliance teams, reviewing and testing effectiveness of policy and procedures, implementing process improvement, conducting AML and GDPR audits, guiding MLRO/COLP’s and COFA’s in making informed risk decisions, designing bespoke risk case management system for centralised teams, writing and delivering firm-wide training on various key compliance topics.  

Having graduated in Civil and Structural Engineering (BEng) from the University of Bradford, Shazia extended her studies further graduate in Law (LLB) from University of College London.

With her academic experience her approach to compliance is making it simple, practical and she is always honest ensuring that the solutions she proposes are workable and effective. 

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