Good Governance and anti-money laundering

Good Governance and anti-money laundering
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It sucks, picking up after other people, doesn’t it? Someone makes a mess, and you’re expected to clean it up. Dirty socks go in the laundry basket! Can you see where we’re going with this? That’s right. When you accept money laundering in your company, you’re cleaning up after the bad guys. And when you evade your taxes, you’re the bad guy. Good governance is important for your business so you don’t fall into the trap of laundering money or supporting tax evasion. If you don’t take steps to understand and avoid these practices, you risk damaging your business’s reputation and facing criminal charges.

This course will tell you everything you need to know.

Outline Learning Objectives:

  • Understand how money laundering and corporate criminal offences damage integrity to lessen the chance you or your company commit a crime
  • Identify certain groups that might present higher risks to avoid facilitating criminal activity
  • Demonstrate an understanding of how to report money laundering and corporate criminal offences in line with NCA guidelines to help shut down these illegal practices

Why take this course?

Everyone needs to understand the risks of money laundering and tax evasion. This course will help you understand how these crimes damage integrity, which groups could be high risk, and how to make a report if you suspect a crime has been committed.