Dirty Money Diagnostics
Fraud and money laundering are interconnected and intrinsically linked. As a fraud examiner, it is important for you to understand the ways in which fraudsters disguise, conceal and reintroduce the money they misappropriate. Whether it is dirty money embezzled from a business or scammed out of individuals’ checking accounts, the fraudster’s ultimate goal is to use the money generated by their fraud for themselves. To avoid being caught and to evade the scrutiny of financial institutions and government watchdogs, fraudsters must figure out how to launder the proceeds of their crime and conceal the source of the dirty money. Not only does money laundering provide another enforcement mechanism, it also provides another way to identify fraud schemes and connect the dots between and within criminal enterprises.
In Dirty Money Diagnostics, Michael Schidlow will first walk you through the history of dirty money and breaks down the basics of modern-day money laundering. Next, he will cover a variety of scenarios to help you better understand the analyses used to track the proceeds of this type of crime. Finally, you will follow along as Schidlow walks through a real-world example diagnosing small business money laundering.
Table of Contents
|A History of Dirty Money (Video length - 16:22 minutes)
|Money Laundering Basics (Video length - 24:28 minutes)
|Objective vs. Subjective Analysis (Video length - 8:45 minutes)
|Following the Money (Video length - 15:08 minutes)
|Net Worth Analysis (Video length - 17:09minutes)
|Money Laundering Scenarios (Video length - 14:46 minutes)
|The Paper Trail (Video length - 12:53 minutes)
|Money Laundering in Motion (Video length - 18:10 minutes)
|Key Takeaways (Video length - 3:42 minutes)
|Insight into the Expert (Video length - 4:34 minutes)
About the Expert
Michael Schidlow, CFE - Expert
Michael Schidlow, CFE is a financial crime compliance advisory and training specialist who has held leadership positions in the legal, compliance, and audit fields. Schidlow has served as the director of financial crime risk training for HSBC’s Global Internal Audit function. He delivered training and guidance on anti-money laundering, sanctions, anti-bribery and corruption, and fraud. Schidlow also led emerging risk advisory, consulting on audit scoping and planning.
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