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Course name: Elements of an Effective CIF Regime: Designated Non-Financial Businesses and Professions (DNFBPs) Supervision Training
Date and time of delivery: Sunday-Thursday, 14th to 18th April, (8:00 AM to 3:00PM)
Duration of the course: Five Days
Last date of registration: 7th April 2019
Course fees: QAR 15,000 
Attendance requirement: Minimum of 80% attendance is mandatory to get an attendance certificate and to sit for the examination.
Certification/ Examination: This Course has a required examination for all participants. The exam will be administered on the last day of the Course. 
Examination Structure: Multiple-choice questions.  All tests required as part of the Comprehensive Training Program will consist solely of multiple-choice questions and, in general, will have 30-60 questions.  The exact number of questions, however, will vary by Training Course and be based on the length of the specific Course, the learning objectives for the Course, and the amount of training material presented in each Course. 

Description of the course
This course focuses on training Qatar’s designated non-financial businesses and professions (DNFBPs) supervisors, who are tasked with implementing anti-money laundering/combating the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT) global standards, and creating a sustainable, world-class counter illicit finance (CIF) regime for the state of Qatar. This five-day training and education course is designed for senior-level DNFBP supervisors and their staffs, who are key to maintaining the AML/CFT standards for Qatar’s DNFBPs and are responsible for ensuring that DNFBPs in Qatar and the QFC are properly regulated.

Objective/training outcomes for the course
Upon the completion of this course, the participant will have developed an understanding of:
• Qatar’s CIF regime, the role of NAMLC, and the importance of an interagency approach;
• Vulnerabilities, threats, and risks stemming from Qatar’s national risk assessment and the importance of DNFBP supervisors in maintaining a strong CIF regime;
• Applying preventive measures and adopting a risk-based approach to combat illicit finance;
• Effective implementation of enforcement actions;
• Role of reporting and statistics; and
• DNFBP supervisors’ role within the FATF Mutual Evaluation.

Target audience
Target audience includes senior level DNFBP sector supervisors and their staffs responsible for enforcing Qatar’s CIF regime. 
Targeted authorities include, but are not limited to, the supervisory sections of: MCI; MOJ; QFIU and QFCRA. 

Course structure
The Five-Day Course will employ a variety of training modalities.  These may include plenary and lecture-based sessions, interactive discussions and scenario-based exercises, and question and answer periods.  
Content highlight
Training content will include, but may not be limited to, the following topics, tailored to DNFBP Supervision: 
• Illicit Threats, Vulnerabilities & Risks;
• Qatar's CIF regime, NAMLC & Interagency Cooperation;
• Preventive Measures and Adopting a Risk-Based Approach;
• Role of DNFBP Supervisors in Qatar and in the FATF Mutual Evaluation;
• Enforcement Actions: Effective Implementation;
• Evidence of Effective AML/CFT Supervision; 
• Domestic and International Cooperation; and
• Importance of Outreach to DNFBP Sector.


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