Format: All lectures will be via our Digital Campus.*
This specialist course aims to develop detailed knowledge of the context of global money laundering, international crime and terrorist funding, fraud and financial crime at the corporate levels and develop understanding and skills relevant to the prevention, investigation and detection of such conduct in both the public and private sector.
Particular emphasis will be given to the importance of Knowledge Management, Intelligence Strategy and Executive Leadership in highly competitive environments where too often goals can ‘legitimise’ all kinds of means and how culture can exert a role in relation to what is seen as acceptable or unacceptable behaviour by individuals.
The delivery strategy of the course besides providing the fundamental knowledge required to have an understanding of the main issues and problems in the field, will also be heavily based on critical scenarios and problem solving emphasising practical learning on real cases. Several activities based on role playing will be specifically designed to accommodate the learning and to facilitate knowledge acquisition of an extremely complex and highly interdisciplinary field of study.
In addition to learning about the exciting areas of financial crime, the course includes input from top professionals in the field who have experience of working in the area of digital forensics and cyber-crime.
The course is suitable for future law enforcers, lawyers, security personnel, consultants, investigators as well those in auditing and accountancy and with responsibilities for mitigating risk in financial institutions and future business entrepreneurs but also to those aiming at getting a deeper understanding of the multifaceted complexities of the global business environment.
The course is run by our Head of Business School Dr Stefano Cavagnetto, who regularly lectures to European business leaders on topics encompassing Financial Crime. Click here to read about our Anti-bribery seminar held in March.
You will also meet and learn alongside other international students, while enjoying online networking events and activities including a virtual architecture tour of Prague.
*If you live locally then Stefano is also available for face-to-face consultations regarding your assignment tasks.
Apply for this Summer Class
When: 15 June to 3 July 2020
Format: All lectures are online via Digital Campus
Class schedule: Monday to Thursday 09:00-13:00. Could be subject to change.
Price: 12,000 CZK
Lecturer: Stefano Cavagnetto