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Course 5 Overview
Course name: Understanding Qatar’s National Risk Assessment (NRA) for Public Sector Audiences
Date and time of delivery: Wednesday -Thursday, 19th June and 20th June (8:00 AM to 3:00PM)
Duration of the course: Two Days
Last date of registration: 4th June, 2019
Course fees: QAR 6,000 
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 beginning at 3:30pm

Description of the course
This Two-Day training program will consist of a series of modules that will provide foundational information on the key components of Qatar’s national risk assessment and methodology, discuss in detail Qatar’s counter-illicit finance (CIF) threats, vulnerabilities, and consequences, and outline best practices in mitigating risk.   

Content highlight and training objectives and outcomes for the course
Upon completion of this course, the participant will have developed an in-depth understanding of:
• The core components of a national risk assessment;
• The evolution of CIF risk globally and regionally;
• Differences between inherent risk and residual risk; 
• Qatar’s National Risk Assessment (NRA), methodology, and the current status of the NRA process; 
• The illicit finance threats confronting Qatar today;
• The factors that render Qatar vulnerable to illicit finance;
• The mitigating measures Qatar employs to manage risk and protect itself;
• Financial Action Task Force (FATF) expectations regarding a jurisdiction’s understanding of and its response to risk; 
• Applying preventive measures and adopting a risk-based approach to combatting illicit finance; and 
• Emerging CIF risks. 

Target audience
Target audience includes senior officials and their staffs from all Qatari anti-money laundering/countering the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT) stakeholder agencies, including those agencies responsible for supervision, policy-making, investigation, and prosecution. These include Qatar’s supervisors and oversight authorities that have regulatory authority over financial institutions, DNFBPs, and the non-profit sector, as well as Qatar’s investigators, prosecutors, judges, intelligence analysts, sanctions authorities, and diplomats responsible for enforcing Qatar’s CIF regime.  
Targeted authorities include but are not limited to: NAMLC; QCB; MOJ; QFIU; PPO; MOCI; RACA; QFCRA; QFCA; QFMA; NCTC; MOI; MOFA; SSB; GAC; ACTA; MOF tax officials; and SJC.

Course structure
The Two-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.  

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