Financial Crime

Financial crime undermines our values

Corruption, bribery, money laundering and tax fraud disrupt society and hurt the economy, whereas modern slavery impacts the lives of individuals. This makes it logical to fight financial crime by all means.

Financial crime is generally defined as a non-violent crime, although there are plenty exceptions. It includes a range of illegal activities, which generally result in financial loss. Examples of financial crime concern terrorist financing, financial fraud, tax evasion, environmental crime, cybercrime and drug trafficking. This implies that financial crime has many faces. Nevertheless, it often takes place in an international setting and is rather invisible, making it hard to prevent and detect. Globally, the mentioned criminal activities have huge economic and social costs.

Modern slavery, such as forced prostitution, sex trafficking and child slavery, are also forms of financial crime. Therefore, as opposed to common assumptions, it should be clear that financial crime is certainly not a victimless crime; it can have a direct human and wider societal impact.



Learning Activities


Video Lessons

We offer a one-stop shop

MAC provides training in the field of conduct. Our curriculum covers wide range of online training course in the field of misconduct. It includes misbehaviour at work, how one treats colleagues or clients, but also financial crime plus insider trading and market manipulation.

The intuitive, multilingual learning environment offers extensive reporting opportunities to keep track of learner progress and is the ideal one-stop-shop to comply with your educational obligations.

Advanced Reporting

Keep track of learners proceedings & results, as proof of awareness


Via training & examination your employees can become Certified Professionals in several areas of Market Abuse

One Solution

Meet your educational obligations in one package and on one learning platform

“We use MAC because it unburdens our compliance function and meets our requirement to train staff, create awareness and update periodically. The learning platform is very intuitive for learners and allows us to download reports on proceedings and exam results.”

Henrik Kaspersen, Compliance Officer at Danske Commodities


The educational program Financial Crime consists of eight courses:

1. Introduction to Financial Crime

This training covers the fundamentals of financial crime. It touches on the features of characteristics of financial crime and raises attention for the consequences of these practices. The course highlights role of corporate governance and crime management.

2. Money Laundering

This training covers the fundamentals of money laundering. It touches on the basics of the related topics or themes. The three basic steps in the laundering process are set out in a nutshell and it is explained what roles various parties could play.

3. Terrorist Financing

This training covers the fundamentals of terrorist financing. It touches on the relationship with money laundering and sets out various international crime fighting initiatives. During this course it is also explained what differences there are in the organisation of money laundering and terrorist financing.

4. Bribery & Corruption

This training covers the fundamentals of corruption. The course touches on the basics of the related topics or themes, including bribery. Various relating policies and regulations are set out in a nutshell and it is explained what roles certain organisations in this field have.

5. Financial Fraud & Scams

This training covers the fundamentals of financial fraud. Attention is given to identity theft, as one of the forms of financial fraud, like cybercrime and other scams. In this course numerous examples are provided.

6. Tax Evasion & Tax Fraud

This training covers the fundamentals of tax evasion and tax fraud. The course sets out the differentials between tax evasion and tax avoidance and touches on the basics of the related topics or themes. This training also given attention to tax fraud and goes into depth on a specific form of tax fraud, VAT fraud.

7. Employee Fraud

This training covers the fundamentals of fraud by an employee of the company. It touches on the basics of the related topics or themes. Internal fraud is set out in a nutshell and it is explained what types of employee fraud there are, as well as how this can be identified.

8. Market Abuse

This training covers the fundamentals of market abuse. It touches on the basics of the related topics or themes. The course sets out in a nutshell what insider trading and market manipulation concern. And itis explained why market integrity is important.


For professionals, a learning licence is available for Unlimited Access to a standard selection of training courses. A learner can access the selected online courses at a lump sum, with 24/7 availability during a 12-month period.
*Prices are in euro, and, if applicable, exclusive of VAT, for a 12-month contract.

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Market Abuse Centre facilitates prevention & detection of misconduct. We set learning standards for minimum required knowledge and provide training accordingly.


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