International Workshop on
FINANCIAL CRIMINOLOGY AND MONEY LAUNDERING
6 December 2019 [9:00 am -5:00 pm]
UIU Campus, Madani Avenue, Badda, Dhaka
Essence of the Workshop
The prevenance of financial criminology and money laundering incidences have been augmenting rapidly in recent years. To address a growing number of threats and more savvy criminals, professionals in anti-money laundering arenas require advanced training that goes beyond the basics. This daylong training module has been designed to demonstrate a comprehensive overview of financial crime and money laundering aspects. It starts with an in-depth review of foundational Anti-Money Laundering (AML) training topics and best practices, then goes beyond to cover the intersections of money laundering with cybercrime, corruption, tax evasion and fraud. The session will explore many facets of managing an effective AML compliance program, particularly:
- Regulatory frameworks surrounding anti-money laundering
- Objectives of an effective AML compliance program
- Risk assessing at your institution
- Developing robust internal controls
- Measuring the size of shadow economy
- Training for appropriate personnel
- Expectations and duties of the appointed Compliance Officer
- Effective audit program to ensure adequacy of your AML compliance program
Expected Learning Outcomes
- Understanding of money laundering and how it can impact an institution;
- Reviewing the importance of “tone at the top” and how to implement a compliance-friendly environment;
- Learning about the critical internal controls and how these controls can protect your institution;
- Understanding the importance of the risk assessment;
- Focusing the senior management/board of directors’ oversight of the program;
- Knowing customer due diligence and their expectations;
- Knowing high risk customers;
- Understanding red flags indicating unusual or suspicious activity;
- Exploring recent case studies.
Who Is It For?
Any individual or corporate nominated person serving in financial, non-financial, public or private organizations having quest to learn financial criminology and anti-money laundering mechanism may attend the workshop. However, expected participants of the workshop are: Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Officials, AML Analysts, Remittance Analysts, Internal Auditors, Accounting and Finance Directors, Legal Departments, Compliance Officers, Risk Managers at Banks, Broker-Dealers, Residential Mortgage Lenders & Originators, Precious Gems Traders, Executives in Money Service Businesses and other Non-bank Financial Institutions.
Prof. Dr. Normah Omar
Prof. Normah is a globally reputed scholar in the fields of financial criminology, forensic accounting and corporate integrity. Currently she is the Director of Accounting Research Institute (ARI), Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM), Malaysia. She is a CPA (Australia), did MBA in Accounting from Illinois and PhD in Accounting from Manchester, UK. She got UiTM Best Researcher & Academic Awards in 2006, 2007 & 2008; Global Islamic Finance Awards in 2014 & 2015; and ACQ Global Awards 2015.
Dr. Kazi Sohag
Dr. Sohag is a Senior Researcher, Graduate School of Economics and Management, Ural Federal University, Russia. He has been serving a number of reputed institutions in Australia, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia and IPCC under UN. He is a renowned scholar in the fields of Environment and Energy Economics; Health Economics; Development Economics; Financial Economics; Good Governance; Income Inequality, Remittance; Econometric Modelling and Data Analysis.
Dr. Norazida is a Chartered Accountant by profession with specialization in forensic accounting and fraud management. Her professional role is as a Senior Accounting Lecturer at University Technology MARA, Malaysia. She is also a Research Fellow at Accounting Research Institute (ARI), a National Higher Institution Centre of Excellence (HICoE). Her qualifications include a Doctorate in Forensic Accounting and Fraud Management from Teesside University, United Kingdom; Master’s of Arts in Fraud Management, UK; Master’s in Business Administration and Bachelor of Accounting (Hons) from University Technology MARA (UiTM), Malaysia.
BDT. 5,000 (five thousand) only per person
Registration fee will cover training materials, food & refreshment during training session and certificate to be issued jointly by UIU, Dhaka and ARI-UiTM, Malaysia
Payment may be made through a Pay Order in favour of “UIU-ICFC” or at http://www.icfc.uiu.ac.bd/registration-fees/index.html
Workshop participants would be able to attend the 10th International Conference on Financial Criminology (ICFC) 2019 during 7-8 December 2019 at UIU Campus as Complimentary Delegates.
Prof. Dr. F. A. Sobhani
Coordinator, International Workshop
Chair, 10th ICFC 2019
Director, MBA & MIHRM Programs
United International University, Dhaka
Cell: +8801767887261, +8801840850009