|September 17th-19th 2018||Shanghai|
|October 8th-10th 2018||London|
This intensive 3-day course will help you to identify and assess the financial crime risks in your organization posed by trade finance. It will cover policies and procedures required, customer due diligence, governance and and management information needed for senior managing to prevent financial crime occurring in their organization.
All case studies relate to issues currently being faced in China, Hong Kong and South East Asia.
What will we Learn?
- Spot every flag and potential fraud including ‘massaged’ credit proposals and due diligence.
- Defuse ‘the goods do not exist’ frauds.
- Utilise real collateral management.
- The law and practice of documentary credit frauds.
- What really happened at Quindaong and how to avoid fraud.
- How to avoid terrorist money laundering.
- The economics of organised crime.
- Deal with internal fraud.
- Understand fraud risk entry and exit points.
- Supply fraud.
- Standby L/C fraud.
- Comparative fraud laws and best practice responses.
Who Should Attend?
- Trade Finance Officers and Managers
- Credit Managers and Credit Committee Members
- Audit and Compliance Specialists
- Central and Reserve Bank Supervisors
- Senior Management responsible for preventing financial crime
- Bank’s Legal Teams and Law Enforcement Agents
- Multi National Corporation Legal and Trading Executives
- Fraud investigators
- Lawyers involved in International Trade Finance
All 2017 courses are now sold out
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Early Bird rates are offered up to 4 weeks before the commencement of the programme. Please get in touch for more details
The venue of the training is always in a centrally located 4-5 star hotel. The venue is confirmed 2 weeks before the programme once registration is closed and we know the exact number of delegates attending. We have exclusive rates with the hotel, if you require accommodation during the programme.