This program is aimed at training personnel for work in specialised units in financial and credit organisations, specialised structural units for ensuring economic security of state authorities of all levels, municipalities, large companies and corporations, and other economic entities regardless of the types of ownership and levels of capitalisation, consulting, auditing, insurance companies, investment and leasing companies, foreign economic activities in other sectors of the economy, law enforcement and other regulatory bodies, and expert institutions.
The purpose of this discipline is to develop the skills of organising the system of internal control of the economic entity and carrying out activities to control the functioning of the system.
Students study fundamentals of detecting questionable operations and corporate frauds, and methods of internal investigations in the activities of the organisation.
The purpose of the study is to develop the basic knowledge necessary for internal investigations of fraud and corruption in the activities of budgetary institutions.
The purpose of the discipline is form the necessary knowledge of the organisation and system of carrying out financial investigations in economic entities. Students will be able to interpret and apply normative legal acts.
The goal of the course is to acquire a certain amount of legal and criminological knowledge, including an identity of the offender, the mechanism of individual criminal behavior, and prevention of offenses in the economic sphere.
Students develop basic knowledge in the field of financial investigations and counteraction to legalising illegal incomes. They will be able to develop proposals and recommendations for improving this practice.
Our graduates work in specialised units of compliance control in financial and credit organisations (Letter of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation No. 173-T of 2.11.2007 "On recommendations of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision"), specialised structural units for ensuring economic security of state authorities of all levels, municipalities, large companies and corporations, and other economic entities regardless of the types of ownership and level of capitalisation, consulting, auditing ( "The Big Four" companies), insurance companies, investment and leasing companies, organisations carrying out foreign economic activities in other sectors of the economy, law enforcement and other controlling bodies, expert institutions.