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Ports and Maritime trade has today emerged as an enduring element of international trade and payments supply chain framework with a rapidly growing money laundering practice. The complexity of the syndicated money laundering through world ports and maritime trade is intertwined in the international payments supply chain system with commercial banks as the major player in this practice hence the need for ports and maritime industry to understand, acquire more sophisticated knowledge on how to foil an embedded money laundering logistics in ports and maritime trade.
The main aim of this new training course is to reposition the port with highly visionary staff skilled in identifying, monitoring and arresting money laundering within the framework of strategic maritime trade and international payment supply chain logistics.
1. To enable course participants acquire a very high strategic visionary skills in identifying an embedded money laundering practice within the main stream of port logistics.
2. To enable course participants acquire the skill of identifying constraints, challenges, prospects and hidden traits of money laundering in maritime trade and international payments.
3. To intimate the course participants with the need and steps of working with the financial industry and understanding the terms and global conventions on money laundering as to be able foil and arrest every effort of using the ports and maritime industry as a conduit in money laundering in international payments logistics.
4. To broaden the knowledge of course participants on the language and modern technology in the control of money laundering in organised global financial system within the port and maritime trade supply chain payment logistics.
Core Course Topics
i) The Concept of Money Laundering In International Financial Industry
ii) The Ports and Maritime Industry role in International Maritime Trade Logistics
iii) Global Strategic Investigations within Banking & Finance framework on Regional Port and Maritime Trade basis
iv) Investigative Compliance of International Banking & Finance within Global Ports, Maritime and banking and financial Logistics
v) Ports Customer Due Diligence (CDD), Enhanced Due Diligence (EDD), Research and Documentation within Global Payments Supply Chain System
vi) Identifying Common Grounds for noncompliance of Ports, Banks and Customers on International transactions and regulatory framework
vii) Monetary Transactions Monitoring from Source to Source including the Port Supply Chain Payment framework
viii) Technical Reporting, Detecting and Analysis of Areas of weaknesses in AML/Compliance in Port Logistics.
ix) Technical Reporting, Detecting and Analysis of Areas of weaknesses
in strategic solutions to common ground problems in Port Operations.
X)Risks Assessment/Management and Anti-Money Laundering/Compliance in
Global and Port Maritime Supply Chain’ and Money Laundering Regulations
Date of Program: 19th - 28thJanuary, 2021
Programme Venue: London School of Economics (LSE), London United Kingdom. (The programme and venue may be subject to changes at short notice)
Choice of Course Fee:
(i) Course fee is £2950.00 (Excl. VAT) British Pound Sterling per participant. This fee covers tea/coffee, training, materials, certification, photographs and security (without accommodation and lunch) during training.
(ii) Course fee is £4000.00 (Excl. VAT) British Pound Sterling per participant. This covers tea/coffee, materials, training, certification, photographs, security, 4* accommodation, lunch during training only (weekends not included) and English breakfast buffet all through.
Dr Fortune Laurence - IAPH International Coordinator
Prof Joy Joseph - IAPH Alternate Coordinator
Prof Adelino Na Dum – Financial Risk Management
Helen Smith - Program Director & IAPH Alternate Coordinator