Financial Crime – Is prevention still a priority?

Event Details

Free


Date and Time

Wed, 2 December 2020

12:00 - 13:00


Location

Online via Zoom

Event Details

Free


Date and Time

Wed, 2 December 2020

12:00 - 13:00


Location

Online via Zoom

Event details
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Ireland's economy is in the midst of a time of crisis and change. While organisations are rapidly responding to many varied priorities, financial crime being just one, and dealing with significant enforced change, what does that mean for compliance and fraud prevention teams? This programme taster lecture for Professional Certificate in Financial Crime Prevention will discuss the importance of maintaining a strong focus on financial crime prevention during this time and consider potential new risks.

About the Professional Certificate in Financial Crime Prevention

There has also been a significant increase in the complexity and volume of regulation underpinning compliance in the area of financial crime prevention. Consequently, practitioners operating in this complex environment have to fulfil their fiduciary responsibilities of ensuring ethical and legal compliance within this regulatory environment while contributing to wider organisational objectives.

The Professional Certificate in Financial Crime Prevention has been carefully designed to equip Money Laundering Reporting Officer, MLROs and others who specialise in this area with the necessary competence to fill this role and is the only accredited qualification at this level.

Hear from Tim Roulston and from a graduate from the programme Jackie Murphy.


The event will be held over Zoom. Please ensure you have access to Zoom in advance of the event taking place. Zoom is available on all PCs, laptops, tablets and Apple or Android devices. The link to join the event will be emailed to registered members on the day of the event.

The registration for the event will close once we reach capacity or at 3pm the day before the event.

0.5 CPD hours for;

  • LCOI

  • FCOI (Compliance)

  • CFCPP

Tim Roulston

Dispute Resolution & Forensic Accounting

Tim has twenty years’ experience as a Forensic Accountant and has acted as expert witness and has given evidence, including assessing the quantum of profits lost and damages suffered from alleged breaches of contracts, agency agreements, shareholder agreements and in relation to insurance claims.

Tim has given evidence the High Court, the Circuit Criminal Court, Arbitration hearings and in professional disciplinary hearings.

Tim also develops and presents training courses in relation to various aspects of Forensic Investigations, Forensic Accounting and Financial Crime Prevention for Regulators, Government agencies and private business.

Tim acts as Module Co-Ordinator and lead lecturer of the Professional Certificate in Financial Crime Prevention offered by the Institute of Banking, a recognised college of University College Dublin.

He also developed and presents both the Diploma in Forensic Accounting and the Certificate in Forensic Investigation run by Chartered Accountants Ireland.

Tim has led many investigations on behalf of regulators, Irish businesses, multinationals and individuals of financial crime, including misappropriation of assets and funds, misappropriation of intellectual property and misstatement of financial records.

Tim also works with clients in identifying and implementing improvements relating to financial crime prevention.

Qualifications:

Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants,

Diploma in Conflict and Dispute Resolution Studies, TCD

Diploma in Arbitration, UCD

Tim Roulston