Financial Crime Investigation and Report Writing
What you'll learn
- Explore key financial crime investigation best practices
- Identify crucial communication and presentations skills
- Learn key skills in financial crime report writing
- Enhance your risk assessment and risk-based decisioning skills
- No experience required
Learn the knowledge and skills required to complete a financial crime investigation in a financial institution or other regulated entity, including how to structure an investigation, intelligence collection plan, and how to conduct an effective analysis of the data collected.
Conducting, and completing, a financial crime investigation is only one component. It is critical that the findings of the investigation are communicated in a manner that is understood by the intended audience.
In this course, learners will explore key aspects of communicating the outcome of the investigation in both written and verbal form, and how to present to different audiences to ensure your message is understood as intended.
Investigative best practices
Risk Assessment and Risk-Based Decisioning
To learn more about Financial Crime and White Collar Crime topics, you may also be interested in the Financial Crime Essentials course.
"I had a fantastic time participating in this course run by Dr Ian Messenger. Highly recommend it."
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"Thank you so much for teaching us more about effective report writing and I am excited to bring this experience to my work and in future roles"
Who this course is for:
- AML Analysts / Investigators
- Financial Crime Professionals
- Fraud Analysts / Investigators
- Those looking to enter the Financial Crime field
Dr. Messenger received his doctorate in International Criminal Justice from the University of Portsmouth (United Kingdom) in 2013, his Master of Science (MSc) in Criminology and Criminal Justice from the University of Edinburgh in 2007, and his Honours Master of Arts (MA) in Social Policy and Politics from the University of Edinburgh in 2006. He is a former UK law enforcement officer specializing in Financial Crime investigations.
Dr. Messenger is the founder of TWELVE Education, home of the TWELVE Financial Crime Program. He is a certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS), Certified Financial Crime Specialist (CFCS), and Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), a Certified Global Sanctions Specialist (CGSS), and a Certified Advanced AML Risk Management Specialist (CAMS-RM).