The threat from criminals who wish to exploit the services offered by financial service providers and the increasingly complex and digital payment environment has prompted regulators to demand that firms develop role-specific AML training that supports staff to identify and mitigate the risks that businesses face.
We design tailored AML training courses that identify key risks and learning outcomes, closing the gaps in AML skills and knowledge
We deliver engaging and memorable AML training sessions that promote greater confidence and competence to tackle current and emerging AML risks
We measure individual performance and provide records to track ROI and actual improvements in AML awareness.
We have designed two distinct levels of AML training programmes to provide the knowledge and skills development that are required by risk and compliance professionals at all levels.
The advanced AML course provides technical support and instructor-led practical guidance and mentoring support to senior financial crime, risk and compliance professionals who manage, or who wish to manage, a programme of AML and associated financial crime compliance risks. Click here to learn more.
Enhanced crime risk awareness and the very latest updates on emerging money laundering and associated crime threats that are essential to assessing and managing AML risks, including for example, transaction-based money laundering, cryptoassets and trade-based money laundering.
More about UK and international financial crime laws, regulations, and sources of best practice, including the EU 5th and 6th MLD, US BSA and the UK Money Laundering Regulations 2017, as amended.
How to manage a framework of policies, controls, and risk-based procedures to mitigate money laundering risks, including how to conduct enhanced due diligence (EDD), and simplified due diligence (SDD) client identification and verification procedures, and reporting of suspicious activity in full compliance with the laws and regulations.
No. Our training is designed to meet the needs of individuals and businesses that are subject to the UK Money Laundering Regulations (MLRs) and who offer financial products and services that can be used by criminals.
This includes money exchange service providers, cryptoassets service providers, jewellers, estate agents, art dealers and supply chain finance businesses.
Yes. We supply courses for individuals and for larger groups of individuals.
Many risk and compliance professionals take our courses to obtain new skills and knowledge which they can use to improve their job performance and to enhance their prospects of being appointed to new roles with increased responsibilities.