Financial Investigation Training
- The legal framework within which all financial investigations are grounded, financial investigative decision making, processes and types of investigation.
- Enables the effective use of investigative powers contained within the Proceeds of Crime Act 2003, Money Laundering (offences and methods), Asset Tracing and Recovery, Freezing of Assets and Confiscation
Intelligence and Investigation
- The concepts surrounding the gathering and development of intelligence
- Managing and recording of intelligence
- Evaluation and dissemination – 5x5x5 and 3x5x2 systems
- Open Source Intelligence gathering – techniques, risks and benefits
- Scenario based immersive learning
RIPA (Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000)
- Full in-depth training in relation to applications and authorisations
- Communications data and evidence gathering within RIPA
- Refresher training and awareness – you may not be carrying out ‘surveillance’ in the traditional sense of the word but your activities may be classed as surveillance by the inspectors. Know the rules and be compliant, particularly in online investigations.
Fraud Prevention and Awareness for Business
- Do you know how to protect your business?
- Are you aware of current trends in human (Face to Face) fraud and digital fraud (Cybercrime) that may target you?
- How to recognise red flags that someone may be committing fraud within your business.
- Bespoke training for specific need in Local Authorities
- Reduced Risk — Reduced Costs
Fraud Awareness and Governance for Charities
- Mark works with an associate who has particular expertise with the 3rd Sector.
- Training specifically aimed at the Charitable Sector. Fraud Awareness / Counter Terrorist Financing / Governance.
Fraud Awareness and Data Protection
- Mark works with an associate who has particular expertise in Data Protection issues.
- Training aimed specifically at businesses to prevent losses and reduce the risk of penalties for non-compliance
Anti Money Laundering Training
- Training to Business and the Legal Profession
- Protects businesses and entities in the Regulated Sector.
- Enables compliance with the Money Laundering Regulations.
- Customer due Diligence – Know Your Customer – Know Your Funds (KYC-KYF)
- The Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 •
- Offences under the Act •
- Criminal property •
- Reporting money laundering •
- The Terrorism Act 2000 •
- Defence against prosecution •
- Disclosing offences •
- Tipping off
Anti Bribery and Corruption Training
- The Laws that govern (Bribery Act 2010)
- Due Diligence and Red Flags
- Protections for Business and Public Bodies – Provides compliance with a sweeping set of regulations.
- Reduce reputational risk
The only defence to the Bribery Act’s "failure to prevent" offence is where the company in question can show it had "adequate procedures" in place to minimise the risk of bribery.
Training and monitoring = Protection
Counter Terrorist Financing
- A comprehensive bespoke training package for companies or organisations in Counter Terrorist Financing (CTF) to raise their awareness of the issue.
- Provide organisations with advice and guidance in relation to their obligations regarding the primary legislation concerning Terrorist Financing namely the Terrorism Act 2000.
- Assistance in developing policies and procedures for CTF measures and how issues can impact on the individual business
Fraud and Financial Crime Consulting can give you the necessary insight and help you protect against risk.
Mark is currently consulting for several high-profile firms in London in Forensics and Counter Fraud and delivers training in the UK and in Overseas jurisdictions in all aspects of Anti Money Laundering and Financial Crime.
Fraud and Financial Crime Consulting aim to exceed expectations, delivering highly bespoke services and the detailed answers needed by Clients.