This suspicious activity report training course has been written by global subject matter experts, pulling examples from many countries and contexts. The course covers your regulatory duty to report, including FATF’s recommendation 20 requiring financial institutions to report suspicious transactions. It also covers US regulations, and the EU Directive on AML suspicious activity reporting.
The course is designed to give participants a practical understanding of the suspicious activity report process, with case examples that demonstrate how to build a CTF or AML SAR report. You’ll learn how to write a SAR narrative with your key audiences in mind, and how law enforcement investigators and regulators read SARs.
- Your obligations and the processes for reporting suspicious activity
- The purpose of SARs, who reads them, and when to file them
- How to navigate data sharing and reporting suspicious activity across jurisdictions
- The steps you need to take to file a SAR and how to manage an account after filing
- How to write an effective SAR narrative using best practices
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