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Bernhard Bachmann

"In order to channel illegally generated assets into the legal financial and economic cycle, criminals rely on complex concealment strategies. Comprehensive measures are therefore required to prevent money laundering and terrorist financing - this is also prescribed by law. The Anti-Money Laundering Compliance e-learning demonstrates the importance of these measures and puts them into a practical context with creative storytelling."

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Format HTML5 & SCORM 
Available in In your LMS or in our Online Academy 
Language English, German  
Course Duration 30 Minutes 
Device Desktop, Tablet, Smartphone 
Number of Course Chapters 9 Chapters
You learn:
  • What are the legal requirements? (national and international)
  • Implementation of the Money Laundering Act (GWG)
  • Detect money laundering: Methods and behaviour of money launderers
  • Principle of risk-based testing processes and screening methods
  • Legal requirements for "Know Your Customer" (KYC)
  • 3rd Party Compliance Interface
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Increase in legal requirements

In order to prevent money laundering, legislation has significantly increased the requirements placed on companies and firms in recent years. The topic of "anti-money laundering" has therefore become increasingly important within compliance. This e-learning and its modules specifically describe the structural, process-specific and personal compliance measures that can effectively prevent money laundering.

Are my customers money launderers? 

Anti-Money Laundering Compliance deals with the risks that can arise from dealing with third parties outside the company. From the point of view of avoiding money laundering, it is above all dealing with your customers that is in the foreground here. In order to comply with the Money Laundering Act, every company must ensure that it is not paid by its customers with money that originates from illegal transactions such as drug trafficking or that the acquired products are used to finance terrorism.


What makes anti-money laundering work?

A functioning money laundering compliance requires, for example, that all companies that deal commercially with goods know their customers and sponsors and must obtain an overview of the sources from which the funds used originate. There are a number of risk-based audit processes and screening methods through which companies can exercise their due diligence. In this module, these processes are made transparent; you will also learn which processes are used to carry out money laundering and how you can identify and prevent them through the right and appropriate compliance measures.

What are the key issues of anti-money laundering compliance?

This module gives you an efficient overview of the most important anti-money laundering compliance issues:

  • Corporate Liability for Customer Actions in Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing
  • Due diligence & supervision of supervision
  • Detecting money laundering and combating it effectively
  • Appropriate risk control
  • Risk-based due diligence processes
  • KYC - "Know Your Customer" - Know your customer
  • Mandatory reporting
  • The importance of international regulation
  • Prevention and Whistleblowing