Sertifikasi Anti Money Laundering

Anti Money Laundering
*American Academy Certified Consultant*



AML Certification -This Course focuses on Anti-Money Laundering Laws, Financial Crimes, and Compliance. This is a key program for those in banking, financial compliance,  and enforcement.By attending this program. The added benefits that Participants  will receive include: 

  • The ability to use the designation CAMC or CAMO ™ on your business card and resume
  • 1-year membership to the AAFM professional body
  • Access to the AAFM finance network and body of information online
  • Experience of a leading finance expert from the American Academy of Financial Management ®
  • Membership to the only professional body recognized by the ACBSP, the world’s leading collection of business programs and schools
  • Preferred access to online education centres in USA, UK, Europe, Asia, Middle-East and Latin America
  • Qualification for application into the AAFM Master Financial Planner Professional Certification
  • Access to the AAFM international network and journal published online
  • Gold Embossed and Stamped CAMO™ Certification with your name and designation as a MAAFM (Member of the American Academy of Financial Management) The CAMC™ shows that you have completed graduate banking and financial management education.
  • Full accreditation fees included in the program fees


  • Protect your organization against the latest money laundering and fraud techniques
  •  Identify vulnerable and potential areas of risk and recognize potential offenders
  •  Formulate an effective fraud prevention and anti-money laundering strategy
  •  Minimize the effects of fraud on your company and successfully navigate the legislative landscape
  •  Conduct good customer due diligence in non-face-to-face transactions
  •  Discover the latest techniques for scoring the risks of customers, products and operations
  •  Identify methods to maximize your ROI in anti-money laundering technology
  • Gain critical insight and practical knowledge to achieve compliance with Asia, GCC, US and EU regulations
  • Conduct examinations and audits of anti-money laundering program
  • Improve your company’s well-being with the tools and knowledge to create and practice value-added anti-money laundering initiatives


Module One

  • Anti-Money Laundering (AML) From A Regulator’s PerspectiveIs AML Compliance Different From Regular Compliance? 
  • Understanding The Different Requirements 
  • Financial Action Task Force (FATF)
  • USA Patriot Act
  • Treasury/Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
  • The Role Of The Regulator In AML Compliance
  • What you can and cannot expect of banks and other institutions in the reporting chain
  • Educating the market
  • Partners To Enforcement
  • Financial Services Authority (DFSA)
  • AML and Suspicious Cases Unit (AMLSCU)
  • Middle East and North Africa Financial Action Task Force (MENAFATF)
  • US Government, SEC, Secret Service and Treasury
  • AML In The Introducing-Clearance Context Forfeiture Of funds In US Interbank Accounts


Module Two

  • AML From An Institution’s Perspective Enterprise-Wide AML: Looking At The Whole Picture
  • AML at branch offices
  • Outsourcing issues
  • Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A)
  • Suspicious Activity Monitoring, Detection And Reporting
  • Definition of suspicious activity
  • Banks and financial institutions required to file Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs)
  • The gatekeeper initiative – G-8 finance ministers attempt to require professionals to file SARs
  • When and where to file SARs
  • Safe harbor from civil liability for filing SARs
    • Protection from reporting possible criminal activity
    • Examples of penalties and fines for failure to file SARs
    • Examples of penalties and fines for improperly filing SARs
    • Identification And Verification Of Accountholders
    • Minimum requirements
    • Determining validity of information received
    • Determining source of funds
    • Politically Exposed Persons (PEPs)


Module Three

  • AML From The Customer’s Perspective
  • Changing Customer Workload – Passing On Compliance Workload To The Customer
  • Origination and sources of funds – what is right to ask?
  • Keeping client confidentiality – is there a conflict of interest?
  • The legal perspective and precedents
  • Dealing With Transactions Of The Super-High-Net-Worth
  • Additional Requirements For US Transactions And Customers


Module Four

  • Some AML Legislation Affecting The Global Markets
  • EU, Asia, Africa
  • Example: Saudi Arabia’s Consultative Council approved 29 articles of anti-money laundering legislation
  • UAE legislation
  • Authorized Disclosures And Failure To Disclose
  • Appropriate consent
  • Recent cases and penalties
  • Role of the enforcer and the regulator
  • Recent changes in legislation (including the
  • EU’s 3rd AML directive)


Module Five

  • Implementing AML Initiatives In Your Organization
  • Ensuring AML Efforts Satisfy Regulators
  • Monitoring risks
  • Implementing a risk-based AML program
  • Strategies For AML Success
  • Integrated approach
  • Treat AML as an ongoing process, not an IT solution
  • Choose integrated IT solutions
  • Training employees

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  • Diskusi dan Sharing Pengalaman
  • Role Play
  • Games


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