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Fraud and Criminal Threats

Explains how fraud and other criminal threats affect consumers and financial institutions. Describes considerations when assessing the organization's strength in each pillar of a well-built financial crimes program, and key components of an effective program's operations.

What You'll Learn

After successfully completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Describe the importance of an effective financial crimes program and the risks associated with financial crimes
  • Identify the elements of an effective financial crimes program
  • Explain the basic four pillars of an effective program and the key aspects of each
  • Describe the day-to-day and ongoing operational components of a financial crimes program
  • Identify common crimes committed against institutions and effective counter measures

Audience

Risk and internal audit professionals; third-party service providers and state/federal examiners; first-line risk and operations managers with responsibilities for operational risk management, including implementing, managing, monitoring, reporting, auditing and/or supporting an effective operational risk management program, policies and procedures.​


Course Credits

ABA Professional Certifications: 1.0 CAFP, CERP, CFSSP, CRCM

ABA Certificates​: This course applies to the ABA Certificate in Operational Risk Management

Your Instructor

Kevin D. Eack, J.D., CAFP, CPP
Principal at The Brannan Group, LLC

A former Special Agent for the FBI, former Illinois prosecutor, and former Illinois State Police investigative commander. Prior to starting The Brannan Group, LLC he oversaw Security for State Farm Bank ($15B assets). He is a frequent presenter and speaker on the topics of security, fraud prevention/detection, and investigations.​

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​Questions? Please contact ABA Training​ for more information.