Financial institutions are bombarded with transactions daily. Every new account opened, loan funded, check processed or credit card purchase made has the potential to be fraudulent. Because of this substantial fraud risk, you must be vigilant in protecting both your company and your customers.
Financial Institution Fraud examines the fundamental fraud schemes threatening financial institutions and helps you to detect and prevent them. The key schemes covered include counterfeit check activity, new account fraud, forged instruments, identity theft and kiting. This course also discusses solutions to help detect and prevent such schemes, and it provides guidance on educating employees about fraud and reporting cases to law enforcement.
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You Will Learn How To:
- Distinguish between key concepts and terms relating to financial institution fraud
- Identify the essential components of loss prevention and recovery programs
- Differentiate between the body of laws and regulations that govern the operations of financial institutions
- Recognize the common types of identity theft schemes that exploit the services of financial institutions
- Recognize the characteristics and common variations of fraud schemes that target financial institutions
- Identify measures to detect and prevent counterfeit check activity
- Recall various techniques criminals use to forge financial instruments and common measures financial institutions can employ to avoid significant losses from forged instruments
- Determine effective ways to develop and provide awareness training
- Discern what processes and procedures are appropriate when reporting financial fraud cases to law enforcement
ADVANCED PREPARATION: NONE
FIELD OF STUDY: SPECIALIZED KNOWLEDGE
LAST UPDATED: MAY 2017
DELIVERY METHOD: QAS SELF-STUDY
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