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Higher University Course in Prevention of Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing. XV Edition

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Basic Information

Presentation

Aimed at professions and activities related to the prevention and investigation of money laundering and the financing of terrorism that in their professional practice need specialized knowledge to prevent and combat this type of crime, which has a clear impact on society at all levels, transnational in nature.

Objectives

Provide skills and technical knowledge on the characteristics of Money Laundering (BC) and the Financing of Terrorism (TF), international standards, national legislation on preventive and repressive matters, competent authorities, risk sectors by entities, responsibilities of the subjects obliged, scope of supervision, typologies, among other topics.

Competences

General understanding of the legal and operational characteristics of money laundering and terrorist financing. Understanding and specific learning about the risk assessment of ML and FT of clients and operations, Acquisition of skills to carry out strategic analysis of operations that may be linked to ML and FT. Analysis of the criminal type of both crimes, including international requirements on them, the practical application by the courts of justice and the special investigation techniques used by the State investigation forces, knowledge of new typologies used for BC and FT. Knowledge about the existing measures to recover assets generated by both crimes and learning about the controls applied in Spain to detect undeclared movements of cash across the border.

SCHEDULE

1. Money laundering

Tuesday 28 February: Introduction to Money Laundering

Mr. Juan Gama Dordio. Co-Director of EL PAcCTO

  • Money laundering: concept and characteristics
  • Risks for the financial system
  • Tax crime and corruption as predicate offenses
  • Economic consequences of money laundering
  • Tax havens

Tuesday 7 March: International Standards on Money Laundering

Mr. Álvaro Pinilla. SEPBLAC

  • The Financial Action Task Force:
    • 40 Recommendations: Money Laundering
    • Mutual Evaluations: procedure and scope.
    • The Egmont Group

Tuesday 14 March: Spanish preventive system

Ms. Lourdes Jimenez Ramos. Deputy Director of Inspection and Control of Capital Movements. General Secretariat of the Treasury and Financial Policy.

  • Obligations of Law 10/2010 and Royal Decree 304/2014
  • Legislative developments in the European Union
  • The preventive system: Competent authorities and role of the regulator

Tuesday March 21: Risk assessment in clients and operations

Mr. Mariano García Fresno. Head of the Analysis and Communication Unit of the Centralized Prevention Body. General Council of Notaries.

  • Location and forms of assessment
  • Case study of risk assessment in international transactions

Tuesday March : Spanish Repressive System

Ms. Carmen Ballester Ricart. Prosecutor of the National High Court.

  • Application of the criminal type of money laundering. reckless money laundering
  • Evidence difficulty in the crime of money laundering. circumstantial evidence

Tuesday 11 April: Blocking of funds and international financial sanctions

Mr. Andrés Martínez Calvo. Centralized Prevention Body. General Council of Notaries.

  • Law 12/2003 and Terrorist Financing Activities Surveillance Commission.
  • Applicable international financial sanctions
  • Applicable Security Council Resolutions
  • European regulations
  • Blocking of funds procedure and communication
  • Asset location systems, homonymy problems
  • Case study

Tuesday 18 de April: Asset Recovery

Mr. Andrés Pérez López. Head of the International Cooperation Area of ​​CITCO.

  • The importance of asset recovery in the fight against organized crime
  • The asset location and recovery system in Spain.

Tuesday 25 of April: Cryptoassets

Mr. Fernando Sans Ayuso. Chief Inspector, Head of Section 2. Central Brigade for the Investigation of Money Laundering and Anti-Corruption. Economic and Fiscal Crime Unit. National Police.

Lieutenant Alvaro Sevilla Navarro. Economic Research Subgroup. Special Central Unit 2. Civil Guard.

  • Money laundering through crypto assets.
  • Financing of terrorism through crypto assets.

Tuesday 9 May: Typologies of Money Laundering

D. Francisco Corcoles. SEPBLAC

Ms. Encarnacion Ortega. Chief Inspector. Central Investigation Brigade for Money Laundering and Anti-Corruption. Economic and Fiscal Crime Unit. National Police.

2. Terrorist Financing

Tuesday 16 de Mayo: Characteristics of the Financing of Terrorism

Mr. Diego Gómez Iniesta. University Professor. Castilla-La Mancha university.

  • Operational Characteristics of Terrorist Financing
  • Modalities
  • Sources of funding

Tuesday 23 de Mayo: International Standards on Terrorist Financing

Mrs. Silvina Capello. Partner of Capello & Focanti International. Course Director. Superior University of Prevention of BC and FT.

  • The Financial Action Task Force:
    • 40 Recommendations: Financing of Terrorism
    • Financing of proliferation.
    • Resolutions of the Security Council. CTC

Tuesday May 30: Spanish repressive system

Mr. José Perals Calleja. Prosecutor of the National High Court.

  • The criminal type in the financing of terrorism
  • Property crimes committed to finance terrorist activities.
  • Economic collaboration with armed gangs or terrorist groups
  • Public financing of parties, NGOs, or associations related to terrorism
  • Liability of legal persons. Its application in the Financing of Terrorism.

Tuesday 6 June: Analysis Techniques

Mr. Mariano García Fresno. Head of the Analysis and Communication Unit of the OCP. General Council of Notaries.

  • Presentation of the Basic Methodology of Conventional Analysis in PBC/TF
  • Information sources and their integration in the analysis process.
  • Introduction of some Structured Analysis Techniques for PBC/FT.
  • Operations Analysis Case Study.

Tuesday 13 June: Movements of cash across the border: controls and risks of money laundering and financing of terrorism.

Commander Miguel Angel Alonso Pradillo. Fiscal and Border Unit of the Madrid Command.

Lieutenant Froilán Blanco Fernández. Head of the Airport Security Analysis and Investigation Office.

  • FATF Recommendation 32
  • Spanish legislation
  • Applicable controls in Spain

Tuesday 20 of June:

  • Typologies of Financing of Terrorism Commander Mario Garcia Garcia. Economic Research Subgroup. Civil Guard.
  • EXAM

Tuesday June 27

Closing: Mr. Fernando Lacasa. Forensic partner. Grant Thornton.

DELIVERY OF CERTIFICATES

Recipients

access requirements

In accordance with the RESOLUTION of July 23, 2019, of the Rector of the Rey Juan Carlos University, published in BOCM No. 187, to access the Higher University Course studies, included in article 6 of these Regulations, it will be necessary:

  • Be in possession of a official university degree Spanish or issued by a higher education institution belonging to another Member State of the European Higher Education Area, which authorizes access to postgraduate studies.
  • Exceptionally and in accordance with the provisions of the study plan, they may also access these studies, professionals without official university degree that accredit work experience in the subject of education that they intend to study, although in these cases they can only opt for a diploma or a university extension certificate with the same name and number of credits as the postgraduate course, according to the table of equivalence included in Annex I of the Resolution.
  • The degrees of educational systems outside the European Higher Education Area may give access to these studies, without the need to obtain homologation or the declaration of equivalence of the degrees, prior authorization and once it has been verified that they accredit a level of training equivalent to the corresponding official Spanish university degrees and that they empower in the issuing country of the title for access to postgraduate education.

All students must attach to their application the responsible statement of truth in relation to the data provided in digital format. Students will be responsible for the veracity and accuracy of the data provided, exonerating the URJC from any responsibility and guaranteeing and being responsible for its accuracy, validity and authenticity. At any time, the student may be asked to present the certified/collated documentation through the General Registry of the URJC.

Selection criteria

In the event that the number of applications exceeds the number of places offered, a selection will be made based on the following criteria:

Professional experience: 50%

Projection in relation to the objectives of the course: 30%

Academic record: 20%

Number of Places: 40

Academic direction

Ms. Pilar Laguna Sánchez, Full Professor in the area of ​​Financial Economics and Accounting at the Rey Juan Carlos University.

Ms. Silvina Capello, Partner of Capello & Focanti International.

Duration and development

Modality: Onsite

Number of credits: 5,2 ECTS

Contact hours: 52,5

RAC: for URJC students, 2 credits are awarded for Academic Recognition of Credits

Place of delivery: General Council of Notaries. Silvano Street 55, 28043, Madrid.

Hours: every Tuesday from 17:00 p.m. to 20:30 p.m.

Start and end date: Tuesday 28 February, to Tuesday 27 June.

Reservation of place and enrollment

Pre-registration period: of 30 de Enero al February 19th 2023

Enrollment period: February 21 and 22, 2023

title price: 900 €

Pre-registration:  € 0.

The start of the course is conditioned to the minimum number of students enrolled.


INFORMATION, PRE-REGISTRATION

Pre-registration is done through the following link:

https://gestion3.urjc.es/gestionsolicitudes/

In order for your application to be accepted, it is essential that you upload the aforementioned documentation to said application. Applicants must present all the scanned documentation, in the formats allowed through the self-registration telematics application, when applying for admission to their own degrees. They must compulsorily attach to their application the responsible declaration of veracity, signed.

Pre-registration period: from January 30 to February 19, 2023

Enrollment period: February 21 and 22, 2023


MORE INFO

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Documentation to attach, forms and place of delivery

the applicants they will present all the scanned documentation, in the formats allowed through the telematic self-registration application at the time of applying for admission to own degrees. They must compulsorily attach to their request the declaration of the person responsible for the veracity of the data provided in digital format.

At any time, both the Program Management and the Own Teaching Service may request the applicants to submit said certified/collated documentation through the General Registry, located on the Móstoles Campus, or in any of the registries assistants located in the different campuses of the Rey Juan Carlos University, or by sending it through Certified Mail to: Rey Juan Carlos University. General Registry. Avda. Tulipán s/n. 28933. Mostoles. Madrid

The student is responsible for the veracity and correctness of the data provided, exonerating the Rey Juan Carlos University from any responsibility and guaranteeing and being responsible for its accuracy, validity and authenticity.

Required documentation:

Students with a degree obtained from a Spanish university or a Higher Education Institution belonging to another Member State of the European Higher Education Area that authorizes access to own postgraduate degrees must present the following documentation:

  • National Identity Document or equivalent
  • University degree of the studies that give access to the requested postgraduate degree.
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Responsible declaration of veracity of the data provided in digital format
  • Any other document that the Director of the Own Title specifically requires for its acceptance

Students with a foreign degree must present the following documentation:

  • Passport or Residence Card
  • Foreign Higher Education Degree (Graduate, Graduate, Architect, Engineer Doctor...) that give access to own postgraduate degree studies.
  • Certificate certifying that the studies carried out give access to an Official Postgraduate Degree in your country of origin, issued by the University of origin
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Declaration of the person responsible for the veracity of the data provided in digital format
  • Any other document that the Director of the Own Title specifically requires for its acceptance

Applicants with studies completed in foreign University Centers may be requested at any time a certificate of verification of these studies and centers, issued by an authorized Institution.

All documentation provided must be legalized in accordance with Spanish law and translated by an official translator.