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How many languages does a financial crime professional need to speak?

by: (Head of Financial Crime Compliance) on

When it comes to the topics of virtual currencies, cybercrime and Trumponomics to name just a few, this presents an interesting dilemma: to what extent should we be conversant in these areas in order to fully understand the financial crime risks associated with them?

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How to fall in love with your career again

by: (Content Marketing Manager) on

With Valentine's Day upon us, we’ve taken the time to reflect on the things that we love. The things that make us tick. The things that make us smile. Is your career one of these things that makes your heart flutter?

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7 top tips for studying success

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'Before anything else, preparation is the key to success' or so Alexander Graham Bell declared. He's not wrong. Preparing for your new study journey with International Compliance Training requires planning. Here are our 7 top tips.

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Cryptocurrency prices and money laundering – Is there a link?

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As Bitcoin prices rose from $1,000 to $19,000, Ethereum from $8 to $715 and Ripple XRP up from $0.0064 to $3.79 in under 12 months, I found myself wondering, can this all be true? What is the story behind these obscene gains? Is this a wonder drug promising immortality to mankind?

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The five hour rule: the benefits of deliberate learning

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The five-hour rule has become synonymous with inspirational leaders around the world. What is it and who abides by it?

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New Year, New Perspective: 5 things NOT to do in the final interview (and 1 tip for success!)

by: (Financial Crime Compliance Course Director) on

No matter how well you think it has been going it is not ‘in the bag’ until you have secured that employment offer and signed on the dotted line. Here are my top five things NOT to do in a final interview.

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Iran oil launder

by: (Editorial Manager) on

Arriving in the United States for a vacation in 2016, Turkish-Iranian gold trader Reza Zarrab was arrested by the FBI. Zarrab was the lynchpin of an ambitious and, for a while, successful, plot helping Iran evade US sanctions. Here’s how he did it.

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New Year, New Perspective: 10 tips to securing the role at interview stages

by: (Financial Crime Compliance Course Director) on

My last blog post was on managing the relationship with your recruitment agent, which I hope you found useful. This time I want to concentrate on tips for maximising your chance of securing that dream job.

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The devil is in the detail: A cautionary tale of ‘know your obligations’

by: (Financial Crime Compliance Course Director) on

Since the introduction of the civil regime in UK market abuse legislation it has been a lot easier for the UK regulator to pursue those suspected of market abuse and for a much wider range of activities than those that fell within ‘tipping’ and ‘dealing’ offences under the Criminal Justice Act 1993.

New Year, New Perspective: 10 tips on dealing with the recruitment process

by: (Financial Crime Compliance Course Director) on

Over recent weeks I have been spending time guiding and advising some of my students in their quests for employment so I thought I would share with you my top 10 tips on dealing with recruitment agents.

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