Set up in 2001 as a discussion forum, The Institute's mission is to be the voice of money laundering prevention officers and the wider financial crime prevention community across the regulated sectors, championing their concerns and providing a platform for dialogue, support, and continuous professional developing.
Run for Members by Members
The Institute serves as a vibrant hub where members can safely exchange views, ideas, and concerns about their day-to-day challenges as financial crime prevention officers. We are committed to cultivating a dynamic financial crime prevention community, enabling our members to spearhead the industry's response to money laundering, bribery & corruption, fraud, tax evasion, human trafficking and other manifestations of financial crime.
Leveraging the shared wisdom of experienced peers within the sector, we foster unparalleled networking opportunities, enabling our members to hear first-hand about the latest insights from law enforcement agencies. Our quarterly member meetings present the opportunity to network with colleagues and receiving first hand updates from subject matter experts on a diverse range of topics such as anti-money laundering, anti-bribery and corruption, sanctions, fraud, and suspicious activity reporting. Our aim is to provide a wide-ranging representation for financial crime prevention concerns, nurturing the professional growth of our members through continued education and development programmes.
Free access to events is part of our membership package. Our ultimate goal is to amplify our members' capacity to prevent financial crime, thereby reducing its harmful impact on society, and at the same time safeguarding the integrity of their organisation and the global financial system as a whole.
The Institute Code Of Conduct, Ethics and Professional Practice
Our members abide by the highest standards of ethical behaviour and professional practice to safeguard the integrity of the financial crime prevention professions.