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1. Anti Money Laundering (Malaysia) Version 1.0 - A Library of 3 Courses
What is Money Laundering This course explains money laundering and how money is laundered through various schemes. This helps the user to understand:
  • The definition and process of money laundering
  • Different stages of money laundering
  • Preventive measures against money laundering
International Initiatives This course explains the initiatives undertaken by various International organizations in preventing money laundering and combating terrorism. So the user will be able to comprehend:
  • The measures undertaken by various international organizations to prevent money laundering and financing of terrorism
  • Establishment of FATF and its fight against money laundering and terrorism financing
  • Know your Customer polices and procedures
Malaysian Initiatives This course explains the initiatives taken by Malaysia to counter money laundering and terrorism financing with the understanding of other relevant regulations. It facilitates the user to understand:
  • The steps taken by Malaysia to counter money laundering and Malaysian Anti-money Laundering and Anti-Terrorism Financing Act 2001 and other relevant regulations.
  • The Malaysian Financial Intelligence Unit
  • Asia/Pacific group on Money laundering (APG)
2. Financial Privacy - A Library of 6 Courses
This course essentially deals with the introductory part of the privacy regulation. It helps the user understand:
  • Persons/institutions that are required to comply with the regulation
  • Persons protected under the regulation
  • Protected category of information
  • Restrictions placed on information sharing
This course elucidates the different privacy notices as specified in the privacy regulation. It helps the user understand:
  • The three notices
  • Content of each notice
  • Modes of delivery of notices
This course clarifies the exceptions to the notice requirements under the privacy regulation along with the provision, which enable financial institutions to reuse the gathered information. It helps the user understand:
  • The circumstances under which privacy notice can be dispensed with such as joint agreements, processing and servicing, etc.
  • The situations under which financial institutions may reuse information
This course enumerates the exam procedures concerning compliance with privacy regulation. It helps the user understand:
  • The six different modules provided in the exam procedures
  • The criteria to be adopted for selecting the relevant module by each institution
This course simplifies the security guidelines meant for protecting customer information. It helps the user understand:
  • The applicability and objective of the security guidelines
  • Responsibilities of the board and management in this regard
This course specifies the management responsibilities as directed under the Gramm Leach Bliley Act. It helps the user understand the management responsibilities pertaining to:
  • Risk Control Practices
  • Training Programs
  • Monitoring Information Security
  • Reporting Requirements
  • Outsourcing
3.Corporate Governance - A Library of 9 Courses
This course is a curtain raiser to the corporate governance course group. It helps the user understand:
  • Basics of corporate governance including its meaning
  • Relationship of corporate governance with competition, reputation and responsibility
  • Advantages of incorporating good corporate practices
  • Issues that advance the scope of corporate governance
This course identifies different models and mechanisms of corporate governance prevailing in different countries.Topics covered include:
  • Anglo-American shareholder wealth maximization model
  • Corporate wealth maximization model
  • Shareholder, Stakeholder and Political models
  • Japanese model
  • German model
  • The role of mechanisms in protecting the shareholders interest
This course expounds the investor’s rights and responsibilities in ensuring smooth functioning of the corporate arrangement. It helps the user understand:
  • Corporate management and the exclusion of shareholders for justifiable reasons
  • Shareholder rights and responsibilities towards the corporation
  • The significance of ensuring stakeholders rights
This course distinguishes the different board structures followed by various corporations. It helps the user understand:
  • Different modes of board selection and evaluation
  • The position and responsibility of the board vis-à-vis management
  • Composition and duties of various board committees
This course, based on the Blue Ribbon Committee Report, deals with the audit committee of the board. It helps the user understand:
  • The importance of audit committee in the scrutiny of corporation’s audit and incidental matters
  • The organization of audit committee, its responsibilities and its relationship with auditors and management of the corporation
This course, based on the Basel Committee Recommendations for enhancing banking transparency, deals with corporate governance in banking sector.Topics covered include:
  • Sound corporate governance practices for banks
  • Role of public disclosure in promoting safety and soundness in banking
This course is based on the case studies of companies such as General Motors, American Express, Enron and WorldCom. It helps the user understand:
  • The manner in which the directors exercise their fiduciary duties while the management runs the day-to-day business
  • Instances of abuse of power and authority by the persons who are bestowed with the same
  • Reasons for the bankruptcy of the leading corporate entities
This course depicts the best practices vis-à-vis Infosys Technologies and Sony. It also enumerates a list of best boards as evaluated by a leading group. It elaborates on:
  • Management ethics and practices of Sony, a success story in electronic consumer goods
  • Board and management structure of Infosys Technologies, a success story in software technology
This course summarizes the US Sarbanes-Oxley Act 2002 and the consequent regulations including the UK Corporate Responsibility Act 2002. It helps the user understand:
  • Regulatory measures to plug fraudulent accounting practices
  • Organization of regulatory bodies
  • Other regulatory measures relevant to good corporate governance

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