Politically Exposed Person

Categories: Risk & Compliance
Includes 90 days access

Course Overview

Synthesis of the course

This course defines a Politically Exposed Person (PEP). This course also identifies the role of regulatory authorities and best practices in dealing with PEPs. 

 Description

A Politically Exposed Person is someone who is prominent or influential, generally because of a high public position bestowed upon him/her that makes them more susceptible to being involved in bribery and corruption.  You will learn how to identify a PEP and best practices in dealing with PEPs.

 Curriculum

1.       Define a Politically Exposed Person (PEP)

a.       What is a Politically Exposed Person (PEP)?

b.       How to check if a person is a PEP?

2.       What is the role of Regulatory Authorities and the Financial Intelligence Unit?

a.       What is the role of regulatory authorities in mitigating PEPs?

3.       Best practices in dealing with PEPs

a.       What is a risk-based approach to PEPs?

4.       Course  Assessment

5.       Key Learnings

 What you get

1.       Define a Politically Exposed Person (PEP) 

2.       Identify the role of Regulatory Authorities and the Financial Intelligence Unit 

3.       Enumerate best practices in dealing with PEPs 

 Certification                                          

Upon successful completion of the course, you will receive a Course Completion Certificate from

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