Training in Money Laundering Risk in Betting and Gaming (Bahamas) | ICT

ICA Certificate in Money Laundering Risk in Betting and Gaming (Bahamas)


Overview

The risk of money laundering and terrorist financing within the gambling industry in the Bahamas is significant and growing. This view is recognised by not only the authorities on the islands, but also those within the United States and global organisations like the Financial Action Task Force. The legalisation of gaming houses and their rapid growth in recent years focuses this threat, challenging operators to ensure their staff are properly trained.

The Certificate in Money Laundering Risk in Betting & Gaming (Bahamas) will provide staff with a clear understanding of key money laundering and terrorist financing risks as well as the appropriate response to the threat. It will better enable operators to mitigate this risk whilst meeting their legal and regulatory obligations.

This course represents a joint venture between the International Compliance Association, the Bahamas Institute for Financial Services and the Bahamas Association of Compliance Officers.

 

Who is the course suitable for?

  • Staff within gaming houses with specialist roles in managing regulatory and legal risks
  • All supervisory and management staff within gaming houses
  • All staff within gaming houses that interact with customers
  • Supervisory and management staff within casinos as well as those that have a specialist role in managing regulatory and legal risks*.

* Whilst this course has been written for gaming house staff, the more generic content focuses on money laundering and terrorist financing risks within the global gambling community, together with the nature of an effective AML / CTF framework

 

What will you learn?

In addition to the essential concepts of AML and CTF, you will also cover the following areas:

  • Online gambling risks
  • Identifying suspicious activity
  • Implementing a risk based approach
  • Isolating and managing suspicious typologies 
  • Understanding customer due diligence (CDD)
  • Legal & regulatory context
  • The history and nature of gambling in the Bahamas
  • Risks associated with gaming house activity
  • The AML / CTF control environment within gaming houses 

 

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Entry requirements

The course is specifically designed to be detailed yet accessible. Prior subject matter knowledge will be useful, but is not essential.

To get the most from the course, a good standard of English is required.

 

What does it cost?

Course fee: $1,295

Registration fee: $50

 

How will you be assessed?

At the end of the online course, you will take a one-hour multiple choice closed book examination.

 

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