Anti-money laundering and ethics: A Canadian and global perspective

Gain a high-level view of the relevant information, tools and strategies you need to know to better understand the stakes and ethical challenges involved in addressing money laundering and terrorism financing risk.

Event Details

Location and date:
Online (English) On-Demand Event

This course addresses a variety of topics, including ethics in financial transactions, key international standards for combatting money laundering, Canada’s legislation and regulatory framework for combatting money laundering, and key players and their roles in Canada’s anti-money laundering regime, with a focus on a CPA’s and finance professional’s ethical role.

Upon completion of the course, you will be able to analyze your organization’s level of anti-money laundering compliance, implement a compliance program, and recognize the ramifications of non-compliance. Additionally, you will gain the knowledge and tools necessary to instill financial ethics in your organization.

Additional options and pricing may be available. See pricing and registration for more details.

Members $199 | Non-members $249

2 CPD hour(s)
Pricing & registration

Topics include:

  • ethics in financial transactions
  • key international standards for combatting money laundering
  • Canada's legislation and regulatory framework for combatting money laundering
  • key players and their roles in Canada's anti-money laundering regime

Who should attend?

  • CPA accounting professionals
  • CFF credential holders, other forensic accountants, fraud examiners
  • internal auditors responsible for operations and compliance auditing
  • tax practitioners, e.g., those involved where filings connected with anti-money laundering laws (currency transaction and suspicious activity reporting) are directed to tax authorities
  • risk management practitioners and compliance specialists
  • practitioners who provide outsourced regulatory examination services
  • accountants in management positions who record and report entity transactions, such as CEOs, COOs, CFOs, CIOs, controllers, risk managers, compliance officers and related staff
  • in-house financial system consultants

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Member Development and Support
Tel: 1-800-268-3793
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