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Anti money laundering trainings

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#79 1st Main road 2nd Block, Nandini Layout, Bangalore, Karnataka, 560096

dridhOn, one of the best AML training institutes in Bangalore, will provide industry expert AML KYC Analyst as a trainer, they will make you understand all the concepts of AML such as Regulator or Advisor for Product Services, Market Place Exchange, Innovative Solutions and so on. In these AML courses, we will make you solve real-world projects and that makes you a proficient AML KYC Analyst. This AML Anti Money Laundering certification course will enable you to work with large organizations across the globe and makes your career grow effortlessly.

What is meant by Anti Money Laundering (AML)?

Anti-money laundering refers to a set of laws, regulations, and procedures intended to prevent criminals from disguising illegally obtained funds as legitimate income. Though anti-money-laundering (AML) laws cover a relatively limited range of transactions and criminal behaviors, their implications are far-reaching.

Why is Anti Money Laundering (AML) Training is best?

It is well understood that money launderers use deceit or theft to capture the processes of financial entities for illicit purposes. Therefore AML (Anti Money Laundering) program must execute inner control outlines that expansion the odds of averting or distinguishing such exercises.

Job Opportunities for Anti Money Laundering Certification Course?

  • There are about 800+ job openings for AML KYC Analyst in India 2021 – LinkedIn, Naukri, Monster
  • The average salary of an AML Analyst is around INR 500000 per annum – Genpact, TCS, Saxo

Careers in Anti-Money Laundering If joining the fight against financial crime and corruption appeals to your sense of purpose, consider a career as an AML professional.

Skills Covered in Anti Money Laundering (AML) Course?

Skills you learn in adobe AML course,

  • The structure of the AML/CTF regime in Australia;
  • Your fit into the AML/CTF regime;
  • Your obligations under the AML/CTF regime, including:
  • Customer identification;
  • AML/CTF Programs;
  • Designated remittance service arrangements and correspondent banking;
  • Reporting of certain transactions;
  • Record-keeping.
  • Consequences to you for not complying with your obligations.




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