Training & Workshops

Financial Crime Training & Workshops

Tailor-made Training: FLE offers tailor-made training adapted to the needs of a specific organisation, company or institution. The focus of the training may be technical, theoretical, practical or strategic, depending on the client’s priorities.

The thematic areas in which training can be provided include AML/CFT, financial investigations, anti-corruption and anti-bribery and sound public financial management. The training sessions are developed and delivered in such a way as to respond to the requirements of each client, with suitable content and methods for each particular case. Our training is designed to upgrade practical skills, build a common knowledge base to address future challenges and increase the sector or institution's overall performance.

Tailor-made training sessions can vary in length. On assessing the needs of the client/beneficiary, FLE will design the curricula, develop the necessary training materials/content, and arrange to provide tailor-made training to participants using the below methods of delivery:

  • Face-to-face: in consultation with the client, training can be delivered at the venue that can be the premises of the requesting organisation or it can also be arranged by FLE on request.

  • E-learning: through FLE's online training platform

  • Blended Approach: through e-learning platform and face-to-face workshops, agreed

Our Key Experts are specialised in delivering customised training and workshops on

  • AML/CFT risk assessments - national, sectoral and institutional

  • Risk assessment methodology - designing, data collection and data analysis

  • Risk-based approach to supervision

  • Confiscation and asset recovery training to enforcement agencies, prosecutors and judges

  • Detection, investigation, prosecution and investigation of ML, TF and corruption cases

  • Financial Investigations

  • Artificial Investigation workshops to investigate financial crime

  • AML/CFT compliance requirements for reporting entities including banks, non-bank financial institutions, lawyers, accountants, real estate agents, trusts or company service providers (TCSPs) and casinos.