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Certified Global Sanctions Specialist (CGSS) Certification November 2022
شهادة أخصائي عقوبات دولية معتمد (CGSS)
Training Activity Rate
Trainer/s
Anan Al-Amad / Ali Awartany
Training activity Hours
45
Training activity Date
-
Training Activity Days
Sunday
Tuesday
Thursday
Saturday
Start and End Time
4:30 - 7:30
Training Activity Classification
Compliance
Course Language
Arabic
Methodology
IDL
City
Amman
Type of Training
Professional Certificate
Deadline for registration
Price For Jordanian
1600 JOD
Price For Non Jordanian
2259.89 US$
Target Group

CGSS equips individuals with the necessary skills critical for, and not limited to, the following roles

 

 

  • Sanctions Compliance
  • Economic Sanctions
  • Financial Sanctions
  • Sanctions Screening
  • AML/CTF
  • AML Sanctions
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • Risk Management
 
  • Legal Counsel
  • Embargo
  • Compliance Technology
  
General Goal

CGSS is an ACAMS certification that equips an organization’s workforce with a credential that represents a serious commitment to compliance with sanctions, in a world of increasingly complex laws, regulations, and policies. CGSS is global, allowing multinational institutions to strategically and uniformly apply the same program for all global employees. Become CGSS-certified and demonstrate to regulators a strong commitment to compliance in sanctions, as CAMS (the gold standard in AML certification) demonstrates to AML compliance.

CGSS enables organizations to tap into the diverse, international global network of ACAMS, the world’s largest membership organization dedicated to enhancing the knowledge and skills of financial crime prevention professionals.

 

Workplace Competencies

 

  • Understand the restrictive measures imposed by sanctions, their purpose, and how they are introduced.
  • Clear and analytical approach when faced with restrictive measures imposed by sanctions.
  • Knowledgeable on organizations that issue and enforce sanctions, and individuals, countries and entities that are subject to sanctions.
  • Detailed understanding of the risks of non-compliance.
  • Knowledge to embed sanctions compliance into risk assessment and compliance programs, and training.
  • Identify common methods that sanctioned targets use to evade sanctions.
  • Differentiate between AML risk and sanctions risk.
  • Perform sanctions due diligence to ensure that the institution is not conducting business with sanctioned parties.