Enhanced Funding Support for Financial Institutions
*Under the Financial Training Scheme, the Monetary Authority of Singapore will enhance course fee subsidies for locals attending accredited or recognised courses up to 90%. The IBF is the national accreditation and certification agency for financial industry competency in Singapore.
Market Conduct and Fraud Prevention
These interactive courses cover the main types of corruption that can occur in financial markets. They will help employees and firms recognise and mitigate unethical and illegal behaviour, minimising the risk of potential financial or reputational damage.
Courses are suitable for all employees.
Regional courses available to support differing legislative requirements.
- Gain an awareness of corporate fraud
- Be better equipped to detect and prevent corporate fraud
- Understand their responsibility to comply with the law and report misconduct
- Describe prohibited behaviours that constitute market abuse
- Understand market abuse legislation in relevant jurisdictions
- Recognise the consequences of committing market abuse, and more
- Fraud overview
- Billing schemes and their warning signs
- Payment tampering and its warning signs
- Red flags of bribery and kickbacks
- Expense-reimbursement schemes
- Payroll fraud
- Non-cash misappropriations
- Cash larceny
- Social engineering
- Reporting fraudulent conduct
- Reporting your Suspicions
- Market Manipulation, and more
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