Financial Crime Risk and Compliance Training – Singapore – e-learning lauch

Quick To Learn More has rebranded its antimoneylaunderingtraining.com as FinancialCrimeRiskandComplianceTraining.com, moved to a completely new platform with new features and new courses.

 

Launch: Financial Crime Risk and Compliance Training – Singapore

 

Covering all the law, regulation and sector specific requirements for investment and merchant banking and asset management companies in Singapore, the course is an early stage on the Learning Ladder ™ for professional officers and includes a certificate and earns points towards the Certificate in Financial Crime Risk and Compliance.

 

Designed for front line and clerical staff, this “Junior” course is designed to protect organisations in ways that short, often entertainment based courses, cannot.

 

Other market segments such as retail banking, securities, lawyers and accountants, bureaux de change and fintechs will follow shortly, as will “Senior” courses and courses for other jurisdictions.

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