Managing SARS Investigations – Best Practice Guide

Get tips and advice on managing suspicious activity reports (SARs) investigations that are practical and have real-life relevance.

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Course details

Make sure you’ve got all your bases covered with this desktop guide.

  • Get to grips with an area that can sometimes be a legal minefield
  • Get tips and advice on managing investigations that are practical and have real-life relevance




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Become an ICA member

When you enrol onto this course you will join an international
community of over 30,000 members. Benefits include:

  • Access to the uniquely personalised ICA Learning Hub
  • Weekly webinars covering the latest industry
  • Discounts on ICA events and further ICA courses

What will I learn?

  • Understand which aspects to be aware of when reviewing and evaluating potentially suspicious or unusual activity
  • Know the process for considering an internal alert about a suspicious transaction or account activity
  • Equip yourself with the confidence to make decisions, which can have serious implications for you personally as well as others

Is this course right for me?

This internationally applicable technical short course is suitable for: 

Anyone with regulatory accountability for reporting suspicious activity, including Money Laundering Reporting Officers (MLROs), nominated officers and those in the UK holding CF11 status, who: 

  • Are new to their role  
  • Are experienced but would like to validate their approach to investigation  
  • Would like to refresh and update their knowledge and understanding  
  • Would like to understand best practice in this area

Course format

  • Self-paced, online (you will have access to the course for one month)
  • End-of-course quiz to test your understanding
  • Downloadable certificate of completion