RBS approached us with an initiative to collaborate further on training and development for their regulatory and financial crime compliance staff all over the world.
In May, for Learning at Work Week, we worked with RBS to create a programme of learning and development initiatives with a series of live virtual sessions focusing on the three strands of AML, governance, risk and compliance and financial crime prevention.
The sessions were designed to be interactive with case studies and Q&A forums during the live broadcast to engage discussion.
- The changing role of AML Professionals
- Hot Topics
- CDD and transparency
- Sanctions a new UK Approach (OFSI the new OFAC?)
- Tax Evasion and new criminal regime (post Panama Papers)
- The 4th EU Directive- what it means
- Overview of ICA AML qualifications
- Q & A
Financial Crime Prevention
- The Role of FCP Professionals
- Hot Topics
- Bribery and Corruption (emerging challenges and best practice)
- Fraud new typologies and emerging threats
- Cybercrime and new technology
- The new approach of regulators to FCC Culture
- Overview of ICA Financial Crime Prevention qualifications
- Q &A
Governance Risk and Compliance
- The ever changing role of the compliance function and the compliance officer
- Current GRC ‘hot topics’ and their potential impact upon RBS and the banking sector (e.g. impact of changes at the FCA, regulatory focus upon behaviour and individual accountability, etc…)
- The future of GRC management
- Overview of ICA governance, risk and compliance qualifications
In addition to the live sessions, we also created a range of pre-recorded webinars showcasing the various ICA qualifications and hot topic seminars for RBS to host on their intranet.
Engagement levels were high, feedback was fantastic and we’ve been invited back to participate in next year’s Learning at Work Week.
If your firm would like us to do something similar in terms of training and development, please feel free to get in touch with me at email@example.com
Read more about our work with RBS here.
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