This subject examines money laundering, terrorism financing and financial crime prevention within organisational settings, both public and private. Theoretical perspectives on the incidence, and control of these crimes will be examined, along with the contemporary implementation of related standards, policies and processes. Students will be introduced to the role of the financial crime prevention manager and explore the intricacies involved in the development of a financial crime prevention framework. The effectiveness of these systems will be examined.
Australian Graduate School of Policing and Security
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