Certificate Examination in Anti-Money Laundering & Know Your Customer

Why AML-KYC Certification?

Compliance with "Know Your Customer" guidelines and "Anti-Money Laundering" standards has become necessary for healthy financial relationships both by the banks / financial institutions in India.

Objective of IIBF AML - KYC Exam

  • To provide a comprehensive coverage of the various guidelines / standards / guidance notes issued by RBI / IBA / International bodies etc.
  • To provide advanced knowledge and understanding in AML / KYC standards.
  • To develop the professional competence of employees of banks and financial institutions.

Eligibility:

Employees of Banks / NBFCs / Financial Institutions / Insurance Companies etc. are eligible to write the examination.

Fee Structure:

Members of IIBF – Rs 1124, Non-Members – Rs 1685/-

Syllabus:

  • AML – Anti Money Laundering

  • Money Laundering - Origin - Definition - Techniques Impact on Banks - Structuring; Integration, Preventive Legislations - International Co-operation -UK; USA; India - Basel Committee - PMLA Objectives - RBI Guidelines -System Adequacy to Combat Money Laundering - Antiterrorism finance - Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU), The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) - IBA Working Group - Software for AML Screening : Money Laundering and Correspondent Banking - Exchange Companies - Foreign Branches

  • Know Your Customer - Introduction and overview

    Customer Profile - KYC Policies - Countries Deficient in KYC Policies,Initiatives by the RBI - Organised Financial Crimes Customer - Definition under the KYC Principles - Transaction Profile - Organisational Structure - Important KYC framework in RBI prescriptions - Operating Guidelines. Introduction of new accounts - Guidelines for Opening Accounts of Companies, Trusts, Firms, Intermediaries etc., Client Accounts opened by Professional Intermediaries - Trust / Nominee or Fiduciary Accounts - Accounts of Politically Exposed Persons (PEPs) Residing Outside India, Accounts of ‘non-face-to-face’ Customers - Qualitative data - Joint accounts - Minor accounts - KYC for existing accounts - KYC for low income group customers. Monitoring Accounts - Customer research - Suspicious transactions