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Addressing Pressures on Correspondent Banking Relationships (CBR)

Target Audience

Policy makers, financial sector supervisors/regulators of financial institutions, and other officials responsible for implementation and assessment of anti-money laundering and combating the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT) and risk management programs within Pacific Island States.

Qualifications

Participants are expected to have at least three to five years of experience in the implementation of AML/CFT and risk management programs. Attendance is by invitation only. Prerequisites are specified in the nomination request letters.

Course Description

This course, presented by the Legal Department, is designed to explore the recent global and regional trends relating to pressures on CBRs, its consequences and likely drivers. It discusses this phenomenon from the perspective of global financial institutions and international financial institutions. The course also presents potential remedial responses and actions necessary to mitigate existing pressures and the withdrawal of CBRs, with a focus on solutions tailored to the specific region.

Course Objectives

Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to:

  • Have a deeper understanding of risk mitigation policies, supervisory actions, and risk management systems that could help relieve existing pressures on CBRs.
  • Identify a range of public, as well as private sector-led solutions, including regional responses, that could help address drivers of CBR pressures and mitigate their impacts.

 

 

Details

Start:
Jun 1, 2020
End:
Jun 5, 2020
Course Number
ST20.16

Application Deadline

Invitation