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Financial Crime in Correspondent Banking (North America)

Financial Crime in Correspondent Banking (North America)


Correspondent banking brings a higher level of financial crime risk due to the potential for lower transparency into the correspondent bank and its customers. This module explains the risks and how best to address them.

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Course Overview

Learning Objectives


This module presents the financial crime vulnerabilities, indicators, and best practices concerning correspondent banking services, as well as the regulatory environment and expectations when engaging in these relationships.

  • Audience

    Suitable for all

  • Duration

    Up to 30-45 mins

  • Assessment

    End test included as standard

Technical Specifications

Format

SCORM 1.2
SCORM 2004 (3rd/4th edition)
HTML5

Hosting Environment

SCORM 1.2/2004 (3rd/4th edition) compliant LMS platforms including:

  • Moodle
  • Cornerstone
  • SumTotal
  • Saba
  • PeopleFluent LMS (formerly NetDimensions)
Browser Support

Internet Explorer 11
Edge
Chrome
Firefox
Safari
(Pop-up blockers disabled and JavaScript must be enabled)

Learner Environment

Responsive content may be viewed on:

  • Desktop
  • Laptop
  • Tablet device
  • Smartphone

Recommended connection speed 512 KBPS

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