Transaction monitoring is the process of continuously reviewing and analyzing financial transactions to detect and prevent fraud, money laundering, and other financial crimes. This is typically done through the use of automated systems and algorithms that analyze large amounts of transaction data to identify patterns, anomalies, and trends that may indicate suspicious activity. The goal of transaction monitoring is to maintain the integrity and security of financial transactions, protect organizations and their customers from financial losses, and comply with regulatory requirements for anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT).
Being in Financial Crime is one of the hottest global jobs around the world, and even in uncertain economic times will only grow as more and more nations force large-scale regulatory and legal demands on big financial institutions.
This course goes through Financial Crime, Transaction Monitoring, and Anit Money Laundering, These skills are required at major financial institutions such as Investment Banks, Hedge Funds, Private Equity, and now Crypto.
People who complete this course will have the skills and knowledge to become:
Financial Crime Analyst
Financial Crime Compliance
Various Projects with PWC, EY, KPMG
I'm a qualified financial crime expert, I've been previously focusing on exam preparation but now I've dived into the course realm. I currently work as an Investment Advisor in Los Angeles but have previously worked in Sydney, London, New York, and Perth. I have a Masters's degree in Anti Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing from Charles Sturt University. I've previously worked for MUFG, CBA, JP Morgan, and BMO Capital Markets.
I'm happy and always willing to provide continuous support to people who are here if you have any queries or questions on various certifications and becoming a Financial Crime Analyst