Suspicious Transaction Reporting


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Suspicious Transaction Reporting


Financial institutions must ensure that there is consistency between the information they hold on the applicant /customer and the nature of transactions or proposed transactions. Where there

is any indication of abnormal or potentially suspicious activity within the context of the product or service being provided, or any other event occurs to cast doubt on the CDD held by the

financial institution, then the financial institution must take additional measures to verify the information already obtained and to obtain such further information as may be necessary.

 The learning outcomes of the course will allow participants to identity the flags that would trigger a suspicion.

Course tutor

Beelal Baichoo

AML/CFT Consultant

About our tutor

In his career development, Beelal has had intensive exposure, in terms of experience and local/international training, to AML/CFT matters. He is well-versed in the application of AML/CFT rules to different types of corporate vehicles.