Combating Financial Crime

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Combating Financial Crime, provides a global view of transnational crime. It illustrates practical defences, includes the Bribery Act (2010) and focuses on how laws, regulations and best practice continue to evolve across the entire spectrum of associated activities. It covers the background and nature of financial crime, money laundering, terrorist financing, and corruption; combating financial crime, bribery and the role of the private sector.

About This Course

Key features:
  • Specialist qualification - it takes a global view of transnational crime, illustrates practical defences and can be taken as a stand-alone course.
  • Combine it with a regulatory course to gain insight into the world of Financial Crime.
  • Offers a progressive study pathway - Combating Financial Crime is one of the first steps in the CISI's compliance qualifications study pathway and Qualification Structure
Qualification Structure

Combating Financial Crime award is achieved by successfully passing a multiple-choice question exam. Details for this exam are shown below.


The background and nature of financial crime

Money laundering

Terrorist financing

Bribery & Corruption


Investment abuse

Financial Crime Risk Management

The role of the Financial Services sector

Assessment Structure

A 1 hour examination of 50 multiple choice questions.

Candidates sitting the exam by computer based testing may be asked to answer up to 10% additional trial questions. These will not be separately identified and do not contribute to the result. Candidates who are asked to answer these additional questions will be given proportionately more time to complete the test.


Student's should have a fundamental understanding of Financial Services.

What's Included?

Breakfast, Lunch, Coffee's and teas throughout the day

Exam fees

Official Study workbook

Past exam papers

Who Should Attend?

Students wishing to advance their knowledge in this specialised area.


There are currently no new dates advertised for this course

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