UVI Offering Anti-Money Laundering Certificate Program

Business Published On June 17, 2020 01:44 PM
Staff Consortium | June 17, 2020 01:44:24 PM

UVI CELL in association with the Anti-Money Laundering & Financial Crimes (AMLFC) Institute, will be offering industry professionals the opportunity to earn a certificate in the field of Anti-Money Laundering, UVI Cell announced Wednesday.

The 15-week program will be held from June 23 – September 23, 2020.  Sessions will be held online every Tuesday from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.  Individuals who complete the professional certificate and actively maintain their membership in the AMLFC Institute will be authorized to use the Certified in Anti-Money Laundering and Financial Crimes (CAMLFC) designation.

The program provides an overview of Anti-Money Laundering, Countering the Financing of Terrorism and Financial Crimes Prevention. It is designed for the board members, business owners, and professionals such as accountants, attorneys, and auditors of any regulated industries. The program is also ideal for existing compliance officers to acquire a universally recognized certification. The staff of government-owned businesses, port and airport authorities, immigration & customs, police force, regulatory agencies, procurement divisions, and legislature are also invited to register since the program aims to build more capacity within these organizations. The Certificate Program will provide any graduate or undergraduate student a path forward to launch a career in compliance with private business, a government entity, and a regulatory or enforcement agency.

This 15-module professional certification covers all of the key elements of the anti-money laundering/bank secrecy act and includes topics such as:

  •  The AML/BSA/CFT/OFAC Regulatory Ecosystem and Obligations
  • Currency Transaction Report
  • OFAC, Sanctions & Terrorist
  • High-Risk Customers
  • Enhanced Due Diligence
  • Suspicious Activity Reports
  • AML Risk Assessments and Independent Audit
  • Know Your Employees
  • Cybercrimes


For more information on the program or to register, visit  


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