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AML/CFT – Suspicious Transaction Report (STR) Technical Workshop
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  • Overview
    PROGRAMME DETAILS

    DATE

    23 November 2020 

    TIME

    9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

    VENUE

    TBA

    This programme will provide technical knowledge and skills to raise a proper and constructive Suspicious Transaction Report (STR) to Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM).

    Participants will be provided tools to understand when to report suspicious activity and how to write a powerful narrative that appeals to the enforcement agency.

    When you are trained to write easy-to-read and impactful STRs, law enforcement and other agencies are better informed to determine how to act swiftly.

    LEARNING LEVEL

    Intermediate

    PROGRAMME FEE

    AICB MEMBER

    MYR

    900*

    / PAX

    NON-MEMBER

    MYR

    1,100*

    / PAX

    *Subject to 6% Service Tax

  • Programme Outline
    LEARNING OBJECTIVES
    By the end of the programme, participants will be able to:

    • Update their knowledge of the latest developments related to AML/CFT cases in Malaysia 
    • Know the scope and powers of Law Enforcement Agencies (MACC, PDRM, LHDN etc.) and the appropriate processes to handle the requests
    • Examine examples of generic rules in AML transactions monitoring system
    • Recommend the appropriate process to manage alerts
    • Provide know-how to write quality STRs based on the principals of 5Ws
    • Justify suspicious and non-suspicious transactions
    • Prepare the relevant documentation and information to raise or drop the STR 
    PROGRAMME OUTLINE

    Sharing of Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Updates

    • Emerging trends of Money Laundering (ML) in Malaysia
    • Impact from high profile cases for STR obligations to Reporting Institutions (RIs)
    • Updates – STR trends and quality

    Law Enforcement Agencies (LEA)
    • How to handle LEA orders
    • Regulatory obligations – responding to LEA orders
    • STR requirements arising from orders

    Building Block for STR Reporting:

    1. Illustration of generic rules for transaction monitoring
      • Example - Purpose of rules scenario
      • Managing internal generated transactions alerts
    2. Example of documents/information required to raise STR
    3. Example of generic internal process for STR Reporting (manual via web)
    4. Reporting suspicious transaction considerations
    5. Consequence of failure to report STR


    Examples of Quality vs Non-Quality STRs

    • Applying 5W’s principals in STR reporting

    Drop Case
    • How to justify if the case is suspicious or non-suspicious
    • What are the supporting documents/information required to drop the “Case”?

    Technical Workshop: Case Study and Presentation
    • Actual case study
    • Presentations
    • Questions and answers

  • Methodology

    Lecture, case studies and technical writing

  • Participant Profile

    • Officers responsible for raising STR
    • All staff of AML/CFT Compliance and Financial Crime Officers
    • Managers with responsibility for Internal Compliance Controls
    • Internal and external audit staff
    • Accountants, Company Secretaries and Legal Practitioners
    • All Reporting Institutions staff under the AMLATFPUAA 2001 First Schedule

  • Trainer

    YUNOS YUSOP

    Yunos Yusop is currently the Money Laundering Compliance Officer and Group Head of AML/CFT Compliance at a Malaysian bank. He has had over 20 years of experience in the financial industry, which includes working on Risk Management projects with Bankers Trust of London (BT), Arthur Anderson, AT Kearny and other major consultation firms. He has also gained extensive experience managing and combating internal and external fraud while working with a Retired Deputy Director of CID of the Royal Malaysian Police. He had experience in setting-up the Group AML/CFT office for a leading universal banking group, served with a Fraud Intelligence Department & Forensic Services and was a former Head of Compliance and Head of AML/CFT for a foreign bank in Malaysia.

    Yunos holds a B.Economic (Hons), B.Jurisprudence (Law), an MBA (Finance) from Ecole Superieure de Gestion, Paris and holds a Certificate in Internal Auditing for Financial Institutions (CIAFIN) as well as an Advanced Certification in AML/CFT, specialist certificate in Money Laundering Risk in Correspondent Banking and Managing Sanctions Risk and Certified Professional AML/CFT (Manchester). Yunos is a Member of the International Compliance Association, Associate Member of Asian Institute of Chartered Bankers (AICB) and Associate Member of the Malaysian Association Certified Fraud Examiners. He is also a Certified Professional Trainer (Malaysian Institute of Management) and Train The Trainer (HRDF) Malaysia. He is a Research Fellow of the Institute of Crime and Criminology, HELP University and moderates AML/CFT Module in MSc in Economic Crime Management, served as Deputy Chairman to the Compliance Officers Networking Group (CONG) in 2017 and former Director of Training for Malaysian Association Certified Fraud Examiners (MACFE) and EXCO Member for Transparency International Malaysia.


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