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The first part of this seminar will teach you how to recognize both traditional and emerging methods of laundering assets, including new payment technologies. You will also learn the tools and techniques you need to conduct a successful money laundering investigation.
The second part of this seminar is an interactive workshop that will give you the opportunity to dive deeper into the methods that criminals use to move and hide their illicit gains. Explore real-life cases of money laundering and hone your investigative skills. This workshop will explore the connection between money laundering and various bank frauds, giving attendees the tools, language and information needed to find hidden assets.
You Will Learn How To:
Develop a deeper understanding of how dirty money is placed, layered and integrated by criminals.
Recognize how banking products and services are misused by criminals to place and move illicit money.
Track beneficial ownership of front and shell companies for use in investigations.
Trace money movement through banking products and shell companies.
Build case profiles for the investigation, prosecution and asset recovery related to fraud and financial crime.
Location & Venue
21 East Bellevue Place
Chicago, Il 66061
Money laundering is a common way to conceal assets. Learn how traditional schemes involving cash vs. non-cash transactions, deposits to financial institutions, wire transfers and front businesses work, and what to do to seek them out during this session.
Learn how to report a money laundering investigation and money laundering remedies that are available during this session. Also, discuss corrective measures such as review policies and training, creating a data monitoring platform and how to ensure best practices with AML regulations.
Financial Crimes Compliance Specialist
Scienter Group LLC
Payment must be received by February 10, 2023 to receive early registration discount.
Event Cancellation Policy
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