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Course 1 Overview

Course name: AML/CFT Global Standards and Qatar’s Counter Illicit Finance (CIF) Framework Training Program for Public Sector Audiences
Date and time of delivery: Monday-Tuesday, 4th and 5th March, 8:00 AM to 3:00PM
Duration of the course: Two Days
Last date of registration: 27th  February 2019
Course fees: QAR 6,000
Certification/ Examination: This course is not examinable and all attendees to receive a Participation certificate.

Description of the course
This course focuses on preparing public sector employees to effectively implement anti-money laundering/combating the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT) global standards and create a sustainable, world-class counter illicit finance (CIF) regime for the state of Qatar.  This “boot camp” style training and education course is designed for all public sector employees involved in implementing Qatar’s AML/CFT regime, especially those who are involved with Qatar’s preparations for the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) Mutual Evaluation. 

Objective/Training Outcomes for the course
Upon the completion of this course, the participant will have developed the following:

  • A baseline understanding of the AML/CFT mission, including evolution of the mission, current landscape, global standards, the broader strategic context, and Qatar’s role in the global AML/CFT mission;
  • In-depth knowledge of the current threats to the integrity of the international financial system, with a specific focus on those most pertinent to Qatar, as well as the ability to identify common vulnerabilities exploited by illicit actors, and the real and regulatory risks these actors create;
  • A more extensive understanding of issues related to terrorist financing and trade-based money laundering, as well as participants’ roles in Qatar’s CIF structure;
  • Knowledge of the sources of global standards, including an up-to-date overview of core global standards related to the CIF mission and how to apply these in Qatar, as well as best practices on interagency collaboration to achieve the CIF mission; and
  • A collaborative and sustainable foundation for a financial regulatory cadre at institutions tasked with carrying out CIF regulation, supervision, and examination of Qatari financial institutions and DNFBP business and professions vulnerable to illicit finance.

Course Structure
The Two-Day Training will include four plenary sessions, as well as two interactive breakout sessions, designed to achieve the course objectives identified above.  Each plenary will include a mixture of lecture, interactive discussion, and question and answer.  

Content Highlight 
Module 1
: Plenary #1:  Introduction to the Overall Comprehensive Training Program and the “Boot Camp” Course
Module 2: Plenary #2: Evolution of the Counter Illicit Finance Mission
Module 3: Plenary #3: Illicit Threats, Vulnerabilities, and Risk 
Module 4: Plenary #4: Global Standards and the CIF Mission 
Module 5: Breakout #1: Specialized Global Standards Training
Module 6: Breakout #2: Integrated Global Standards Training
Module 7: Integrated Closing Discussion

Target Audience
Target audience includes all public sector employees involved in implementing Qatar’s anti-money laundering/combating the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT) regime, especially those who are involved with Qatar’s preparations for the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) Mutual Evaluation. 

Targeted departments and agencies include, but are not limited to: NAMLC; QCB; MOJ; QFIU; PPO; MCI; RACA; QFCRA; QFCA; QFMA; NCTC; MOI; SSB; GAC; ACTA; SJC; MOF; MOFA

 

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