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BEST! Fraud Prevention, Detection and Reporting Training Builds Security-Conscious Bankers Who Properly Prevent, Detect and Report Fraud Threats

Fraud Prevention: Reduce Risk and Save Money

Fraud comes in all shapes and sizes, both internal and external. Advances in technology and ever-changing fraud schemes make staying ahead of the criminals challenging, but the banks BEST! defense is a good offense. Successful banks reduce fraud risks and costs by having employees who are trained to prevent, detect and report all the latest fraud threats following proper procedure, protecting the Bank, its employees and its customers.

The BEST! Fraud Prevention, Detection and Reporting Training Program

Based on global best practices in bank fraud training, the BEST! Fraud Prevention, Detection and Reporting Training Program provides your employees with the knowledge and skills they need to be the best they can be. Comprehensive training includes:

  • Introduction to Fraud Training
  • Fraud Laws and Regulations Training
  • Internal Fraud Schemes Training
  • External Fraud Schemes Training
  • Identity Theft Training
  • Skimming Training
  • Kiting Training
  • ATM Fraud Training
  • Mortgage Fraud Training
  • Phishing Training
  • Reporting Fraud Training

The BEST! Fraud Prevention, Detection and Reporting Training Program may be deployed as an eLearning, classroom or blended program, with comprehensive skill development using case studies, activities, role-plays, evaluation and testing, and final fraud prevention certification followed by mentoring and ongoing OJT. The program is completely customizable with the Bank's policies, procedures and systems, or it can be deployed as off-the-shelf training. 

To learn more about how your bank can reduce the fraud costs and risk, click here.

Contact Information
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+212.579.5500, 1.877.456.0304
Global Bankers Institute 245 Park Avenue Suite 2400 New York, NY 10167


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