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Maryland - Smith Announces New Executive Programs Focused on Financial Crimes

Nov 18, 2015 New programs offered in partnership with the American Bankers Association

The University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business has announced plans to launch two new executive education focused on financial crimes.

The new programs—one focused on money laundering and the other on fraud management—are offered through a partnership with the American Bankers Association (ABA) and are aimed at experienced financial crimes professionals, community bankers, compliance professionals, risk managers and regulators.

"These programs are designed to equip experienced professionals with the practical skills to respond to a rapidly evolving threat environment and protect the bank from potential financial and reputation risk," says Jim Edrington, the executive vice president of ABA's professional development group.

Each program is five days long and take place in Washington, DC. The Financial Management Program will launch on February 29, 2016; the Anti-Money Laundering program will begin on March 21, 2016.

For more information, please see Maryland - Smith's news release announcing the launch of the new financial crimes executive education programs.

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