AML Training

Anti-money laundering courses are critical to meeting regulatory requirements in the financial sector. The rapid provision of information on the detection and prevention of illegal financial activities reduces the risks of their implementation, and thus companies avoid unwanted legal consequences. Anti-money laundering courses are indispensable for financial professionals to effectively navigate complex regulatory landscapes. In addition, such training promotes ongoing professional development, career advancement, and acquisition of the knowledge needed to advance in a rapidly changing financial environment and advance careers in risk management.

Description of the training course:

The AML training course includes the study of the basics of prevention of money laundering and financing of terrorism, after which the graduate will be able to be employed in various financial institutions and companies that are subject to the law on promotion of prevention of money laundering and financing of terrorism.
The course will cover the discussion and study of legal bases, policies related to products/services and clients, the importance of their identification/verification and various ways. In the final, third part of the AML course, students will learn about porting, auditing and related software safeguards used to ensure compliance with AML/CFT laws.
Each part of the course will be led by leading professionals in the field, including representatives of TBC Bank, Financial Monitoring Service and leading legal company TechLaw Georgia. Students will have the opportunity to get answers to questions they are interested in from professionals with many years of experience.
After the completion of the course, the students will be given a text test and a bilingual certificate will be issued. Successful students of the course will have the opportunity to participate in an internship program at leading fintech companies.


Ucha Dzmistarishvili

- legal consulting company TechLaw Georgia - managing partner. PhD student and professor at New Vision University. Ucha has 15 years of experience working in the public and private sector. At various times, he was involved in the development of environmental, public and private partnership, educational legislation. Has experience working with international financial institutions and donor organizations, including - European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), World Bank, Asian Development Bank, USAID, UNECE, GIZ, UK GGF. During legal practice, he provides services to local and international companies, holdings, financial institutions. He was recognized as one of the recommended lawyers in Georgia by the international rating company LEGAL500. Since 2013, he has been engaged in academic activities in the leading universities of Georgia. He is the author of a number of scientific works.

Natia Changelia

head of compliance risk management and control sub-department at JSC TBC Bank. Work experience in the banking sector includes 16 years, of which 11 years are related to work experience in the field of compliance risk management. Work experience is related to such areas as: Creation, implementation and implementation control of policies, Bank-wide compliance risk assessment and recommendations, analysis of international regulations and interpretation of requirements, preparation of training materials and conducting relevant trainings. Since 2016, he has been a professional member of the International Compliance Risk Management Association (ICA).

Tamta Klibadze

Head of the Methodology, International and Legal Department of the Financial Monitoring Service. Tamta Klibadze has many years of experience in developing the legal and policy framework for the prevention of money laundering and financing of terrorism (AML/CFT).has participated in the process of introducing all regulatory frameworks, among them, in the development of the Law of Georgia on "Promoting Prevention of Money Laundering and Financing of Terrorism", regulations of the financial monitoring cap, and other related documents, such as the National Document of Risk Assessment of Money Laundering and Financing of Terrorism in Georgia and the National Strategy and Action Plan of Georgia for Money Laundering and Financing of Terrorism. Work experience also includes active participation in the work of the Council of Europe's Committee of Selected Experts for the Evaluation of Anti-Money Laundering Measures (Moneyval), which involves participation in evaluation processes to ensure compliance with international standards of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) of Georgia and other countries.

After completing the course

After completing the course, you will learn the basics of preventing money laundering and terrorist financing from experts in the field, and you will have the opportunity to be employed as an entry-level specialist in various leading organizations and contribute to the prevention of money laundering, which is laundered in the amount of 800 billion to 2 trillion annually.

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