T1. Money Laundering_CA: This topic will provide the learner with an in-depth definition of Money Laundering, identify the stages that typically occur when a money laundering scheme is being perpetrated, and provide an outline of the social issues that occur as a result of money laundering and terrorist financing.
T2. History of Global Anti-Money Laundering_CA: This topic will provide a comprehensive timeline that outlines significant developments in AML legislation around the world.
T3. AML in Canada_CA: This topic will provide the learner with specific developments in AML legislation in Canada, and includes recent amendments that have been passed to improve AML regulations. This topic will also identify specific criminal activities that are classified as money laundering under Canadian law.
T4. AML Legislation in Canada_CA: This topic will provide a brief history of AML legislation in Canada, and ensure that the learner is familiar with Bill C-25, and the implications it has on the Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act (PCMLTFA).
T5. PCMLTFA_CA: This topic will provide the learner with the purpose and objectives of the PCMLTFA, and describe in detail specific measures that are provided by the act. This topic will also provide details about the Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA), and describe the functions of the Act.
T6. OSFI Guidelines_CA: This topic will ensure that the learner understands the purpose and responsibilities of the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI), and lists guidelines and requirements that are put forth by the OSFI.
T7. FINTRAC Guidelines_CA: This topic will provide the learner with the responsibilities of the Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada (FINTRAC), and major provisions that are put forth by the agency.
T8. Penalties_CA: This topic will provide the learner with an in-depth overview of the penalties that can occur when an individual or financial institution is charged with money laundering. The topic will also ensure that the learner is able to make the distinction between minor, serious, and very serious AML violations.