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.Course Fees: USD 2,500 inclusive of 5 full- daytraining sessions, international exam fees, coursematerial and one year membership with the IAFM
 Early and Group registration discounts apply
Certified Compliance Officer
 Developers for Training and Consultancy
in partnership with the International Academyof Financial Management-
is proud to announce a new run of the reputableinternational certificate
Certified Compliance Officer (CCO)
The International Academy of Financial  Management (IAFM)
The International Academy of Financial Management™
 (previously known as the American Academy of Financial
Management) is one of the world’s fastest growing
professional associations with more than 200,000 members,associates and affiliates in 145 countries
. IAFM™ hosts and
organizes professional certification training worldwide andoffers exclusive board designations to candidates who meetthe highest professional standards and assessment criteria.
In the last three years alone IAFM™ has been chosen by
the Internal Revenue Service, Greek Ministry of Finance,Chinese Government, Capital Markets Authority of SaudiArabia, Dubai Stock Exchange (Dubai Financial Market),Singapore Government, Qatar Financial Centre, CentralBank of Oman and others to provide training to their
employees. IAFM™ is also formally recognized or 
registered with regulators worldwide.
The main subjects of the CCO course:
Define and understand the meaning of compliancefor your organization and be capable of developingan organizational response to its demands.
Know what drives your compliance exposure bothinternally and externally.
Understand the risk consequences of non-compliance.
Appreciate the relationship between corporategovernance, ethics and compliance, including themarket expectation of the relationship.
Understand the implications of Sarbanes-OxleyAct for corporate accountability and ethicalbehavior.
Understand how to produce a corporate complianceprogram tailored to your own organization.
Learn how to optimize organizational structure forcompliance.
One full session covering Compliance issues inEgypt
Certified Compliance Officer (CCO) Course outline
Introduction to Compliance
What is Corporate Compliance?
Compliance, Governance, and Ethics
Compliance- What is beyond?
Who is responsible for managing it?
What are the benefits of its introduction?
Who benefit from introduction of compliance?
Fostering a Culture of Accountability
Regulatory drivers
The False Claims Act 1986.
The US Federal Sentencing Guidelines for Organizations 1991.
The Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission (COSO) Report, “Internal
Integrated Framework,”1992.
The 1996 Delaware Chancery Court decision concerning Caremark International, Inc.,
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002.
The regulatory environment and the role of regulators
Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
The International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO)
Regional Commissions
Global Stock Exchanges Listing Rules
London Stock Exchange Listing Rules
Compliance and the role of corporate governance
What is Governance?
Governance Objectives
Governance principles
Building a Governance Model
Governance structures
Assessment of Governance Structures
Duties and responsibilities of directors
Compliance and business ethics
What is “Business Ethics”?
Ethics and Corporate Accountability
Benefits of a Commitment to Sound Business Ethics
Corporate Ethics Guidelines
Fraud and Corruption Control
Fraud, Corruption and Business
Fraud Definitions
Types and Causes of Fraud
International Money Laundering
Money Laundering Definition
Money Laundering Cycle
International Money Laundering
Money Laundering Environment
Money Laundering & Corruption
Combating Terrorism Financing
Combating the Money Laundering
FATF 9 Special Recommendations
The Role of IMF in Combating Money Laundering

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