|Date:||26 and 27 May 2022|
|Time:||9:00am - 5:00pm|
|Venue:||City Campus, IBA Karachi|
|Investment:||PKR 60,000 + 5% SST / participant|
(0213) 8104700 (Ext:1809, 1812, 1808, 1804)
The integrity of Global Financial Systems is facing challenging threat from organized crime groups who operate simultaneously in multiple jurisdictions. These groups exploit the platforms, brand, products and delivery channels integrated in financial system for criminal activities such as Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing. There is a dire need to impart knowledge and prepare experts in this field through proper training, so that financial crimes can be detected and prevented at an early stage. A strong AML/ CFT regime coupled by effective implementation of Policies and procedures not only keep financial and nonfinancial institutions safe from these financial crimes but also prevent the FIs and DNFBPs from regulatory enforcement actions and reputational damage.
After Pakistan's placement on FATF Grey List, more emphasis have been laid by the LEAs on investigations related to AML/ CFT. As a result, the need to train their investigators on ML/ TF related investigations have increased manifolds. The regulators are also more stringent on AML/ CFT regulations and have imposed severe enforcement actions and heavy penalties on AML/ CFT breaches. Moreover, financial and nonfinancial institutions in Pakistan are being held accountable by the regulators, if they fail to educate employees on how Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing can be prevented. Training the employees is declared as a line of defense by the FATF which must be developed by the Reporting entities. This workshop is designed to cover fundamental knowledge about International AML/ CFT concepts, standards, risks and Investigations. It will also create understanding of the risks, methods and Red Flags associated with ML & TF, International AML/ CFT standards, Pakistan Laws and Regulations, STRs and Investigations. Moreover, it will also cover an overview and importance of international sanctions in the financial and nonfinancial institutions. This workshop will be useful for LEAs Investigators and Financial professionals committed to detect and prevent financial crimes.
IBA CEE Cancellation Policy for Open Enrollment Programs:
In the event of participant's cancellation, the following schedule will apply:
Cancellation notification must be made in writing to CEE.
Due to any unavoidable circumstances, the workshop may be postponed by the institute. In case of postponement, the institute will refund full fee of the program or the participant may opt to defer his/her registration to the next program.
Substitutes will be taken at least 2 days prior to the workshop. Should we be unable to accept your application for any reason, your payment (cheque/draft) will be returned to you.
All registrations deferrals must be requested in writing at least 2 days prior to the workshop. Send a note to the Program Registration Team indicating that you wish to have your registration deferred to another session of the same program within one year. The deposited fee will be carried forward. Please note that only one transfer is permitted. After one year, the deposited fee will be fully forfeited.
Assistant Director in Federal Investigation Agency (FIA)
Law Enforcement Officer