Counter-Terrorist Financing Course Content
By completing this CTF course, you will learn how to look at terrorism from an anti-financial crime perspective. The course will teach you how to distinguish between the processes and motives associated with terrorist financing, versus those associated with money laundering or proliferation financing.
Throughout the course, you’ll explore key anti-financial crime considerations, including identifying red flags, the importance of a risk-based approach, and the value of a rapid response team in an emergency situation.
Counter-Terrorism Financing Certificate learning objectives:
- Describe how terrorism works – including how it’s financed
- Identify possible threats to your institution through situational awareness
- Mitigate the organization’s risk of being involved in terrorist financing
- Build a capable rapid response team
The CTF course content has been written by global subject matter experts, pulling examples from many countries and contexts. Case studies are used throughout the course to provide real-life examples. Lessons and examples are relevant to any industry, but the primary focus of study is financial institutions, including:
- Credit unions
- Asset managers
- Money-services-businesses (MSBs)
- Securities broker-dealers
- Credit card issuers
- Alternate payment systems
This CTF training course includes two 90-minute, live Virtual Classrooms. The Virtual Classroom sessions are pre-scheduled before you purchase the course.
The live counter-terrorism financing classes are designed to help you retain key concepts from the training course. During the Virtual Classrooms, you can interact with fellow participants and the instructor to receive advice and answers to any questions you have.