2018 CPD Series – Session 3 – Suspicious Activity Reporting

Course Summary

It is a criminal offence for anyone employed in the financial services industry to fail to report where they have knowledge or suspicion (or even reasonable grounds for knowledge or suspicion) that another person is laundering the proceeds of any criminal conduct or is carrying out terrorist financing.


An hour long CPD session examining ‘what is suspicion’, what your reporting regime should look like in this respect, and the information that should be included in your SAR (Suspicious Activity Report). This course will also examine the latest SAR figures and trends in the Bailiwick.

Tutor Profile

Emma Mauger has twenty years industry experience and is one of only a handful of people worldwide to hold all three ICA Diploma’s delivered via Manchester University: ICA International Diploma in Compliance, ICA International Diploma in Financial Crime Prevention and ICA International Diploma in Anti-Money Laundering and is a long-standing fellow of the International Compliance Association. In addition Emma is a full STEP member and is STEP qualified.

Course at a Glance

  • Next Start Dates: New dates TBA
  • CPD Points: 1
  • Course Cost: £40.00
  • Course Length: 1 hour (12:30-13:30)

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