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Smith Helps Banks Fight Financial Crimes

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Apr 20, 2016

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 The Smith School has teamed up with the American Bankers Association to deliver three new executive education programs addressing anti-money laundering, fraud management and enterprise risk management.

The first-of-their-kind programs will help financial professionals develop, implement and monitor effective programs to detect and prevent financial crimes, plus comply with increased regulatory scrutiny.

Each five-day program takes place at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center. Smith faculty, including researchers and industry experts with years of experience working with regulatory and government agencies — as well as the top private banks — lead an exploration of relevant topics in financial crimes through practical team exercises, active learning modules and timely case studies.

The first fraud management program took place Feb. 29 through March 4, 2016. The anti-money laundering program will start March 21, and the risk management program is scheduled to start June 27. /CH/