Demonstrable expertise of the Wwft and Sanctions Act is a requirement for employees of a financial institution. However, following a Wwft training only makes sense if it is in line with the daily activities.
A certain degree of knowledge of the legal requirements and regulations is important for the proper performance of transaction monitoring. But assessing an alert sometimes requires a good dose of analytical ability. How do you analyze and assess the information you have about the transaction? How do you come to conclusions? And not unimportantly, how do you record your conclusions?
This course functions as a deepening of the knowledge you already have about compliance with the Wwft and Sanctions Act, for example by following our Wwft Awareness course.
This in-depth training is intended for employees who are directly involved in the execution of transaction monitoring, but is also of interest to Compliance Officers.
This in-depth course is the next step after following our Wwft Awareness course. This is a course on HBO (higher vocational education) level. There are no specific prerequisites for this course. However, we assume that you have at least a general idea of the requirements that the Wwft and Sanctions Act set for financial institutions and their employees.
Upon successful completion of the program, your understanding of the legal requirements in the area of transaction monitoring under the Wwft, and the background to it, has been enhanced. You will also have been able to practice the skills you need in monitoring transactions.
- Tailors to your specific work activities
- Offers demonstrable results
- Is not larger than necessary, but relevant
The e-learning starts with an overview of the legal framework. What is expected of the company when it comes to determining whether a transaction is unusual? On this basis we translate it into practice. Where possible, we make use of concrete examples and cases.
The training starts with a baseline measurement to determine whether you can take the test immediately or whether it is best to study the theory first.
The following topics will be covered during the training:
- What is expected of financial institutions when it comes to transaction monitoring?
- What role does the transaction profile play in transaction monitoring and how do you set up a transaction profile?
- What are alerts and how do they arise?
- How do you assess an alert?
- How does a report of an unusual transaction proceed?
Test Wwft Transaction Monitoring
Certificate Wwft Transaction Monitoring
The e-learning takes an average of three hours to complete, depending on your prior knowledge of transaction monitoring.
Tailored to your organization
We are happy to customize our Wwft courses for you, so that they fit the policy and integrity risk appetite of your organization. We can also supplement the courses with examples from your daily practice. This way you can be sure that your employees have the right knowledge and skills to effectively combat money laundering and terrorist financing.