Anti-Money Laundering is a set of laws, regulations, and procedures designed to prevent criminals from disguising illegally obtained funds as legitimate income. It also encompasses measures to identify and report suspicious activity to authorities.
If you study a Masters in Anti-Money Laundering (AML), you’ll learn about the methods used to launder money, the different types of financial crimes, and the policies and procedures used to prevent money laundering. You could also learn more about how to trace and confiscate assets associated with money laundering, the legal and regulatory framework surrounding anti-money laundering and the global context of money laundering and its effect on the economy.
Closely related subjects and topics include Financial Crime, Fraud Management and Cyber Security.