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Analysing suspicious transactions for acti
related to money laundering or the financing of terrorism is a core
function of Financial Intelligence Units (FIUs).
In this course, you will learn to assess the risk of suspicious activity and analyse suspicious transaction reports (STRs).
This course was developed in co-operation with the Egmont Group of
FIUs and is based on the content of the Egmont Group’s on-site Tactical
Analysis training. It is aimed primarily at FIU analysts, but is useful
for anyone analysing evidence as part of a financial investigation.
Understand the core responsibilities of an FIU;
Differentiate between information and intelligence;
Assess the risk of suspicious activity;
Conduct an analysis of an STR, including all steps of the
intelligence cycle: creating a collection plan and hypothesis,
collecting, analysing and evaluating information, and creating and
disseminating a report of your findings.
This course is self-paced. You can start, take breaks and continue at
any time. It is structured in sessions that build on each other, so we
recommend you start with Session 1. After successfully completing the
course, you will be eligible for a certificate of completion.