ManchesterCF’s FINTEL Online series provides individuals with quick access to FIU Connect modules. Cost per course is CAD380.00. If your organisation is purchasing more than a few courses for groups in excess of a dozen users, please contact email@example.com for better pricing terms.
Access to FINTEL Online is granted to employees of supervised financial institutions and public-sector agencies as vetted by ManchesterCF. Payment is made by credit card and then access is immediately granted for a three-month period. To apply, fill out the form below.
All FINTEL Online modules include computer-based training and digital textbooks. Completion certificates can be mailed at no charge to those who achieve a passing grade in excess of 80%.
For an individual licence of access for three months, the cost per course is CAD380 (approximately USD289 | EUR253 | GBP225 | JPY32,606 | AUD394 | CHF288 | HKD2,262 | SGD397).*
*Applicable taxes will be added at checkout.
Users can earn continuous professional development (CPD) points from the International Compliance Association at the completion of FINTEL Online courses. See each course for the amount of CPD points that can be earned.
This training is eligible for CFCS credits from the Association of Certified Financial Crime Specialists. See each course for the amount of CFCS credits that can be earned.
FCT (Capital Markets)
The FCT (Capital Markets) program provides in-depth training to front office and back office staff on recognising and defending against financial crime vulnerabilities.
FCT (Correspondent Banking)
The FCT (Correspondent Banking) program is designed for correspondent banking sales, payments operations, risk management, audit and AML compliance staff to strengthen their defences against financial crime.
FCT (Private Banking)
The FCT (Private Banking) program is designed to place critical knowledge into the hands of private bankers to recognise the potential patterns of financial crime.
FCF (Banque Privée)
Pour la plupart des banques privées internationales, la gestion du risque du crime financier n’est pas juste une obligation réglementaire.
FCT (Trade-Based Money Laundering)
The FCT (Trade-Based Money Laundering) program provides training on how financial institutions can spot patterns of money laundering and terrorist financing in international trade.
The FINTEL (Corruption) training program examines real-life case studies and looks at prevention tactics to protect financial organisations from the threat of corruption.
FINTEL (Critical Thinking)
The FINTEL (Critical Thinking) training program has been developed for AML/ATF compliance, corporate security and risk management professionals to strengthen the analytical capabilities of financial investigators.
FINTEL (Economic Sanctions)
The FINTEL (Economic Sanctions) training program advises participants on the purpose of sanctions, the consequences of non-compliance and methods that can be used to detect and mitigate sanctions risk.
FINTEL (Fundamental AML)
The FINTEL (Fundamental AML) training program strengthens staff knowledge by placing a cornerstone of knowledge about AML/ATF in place.
FINTEL (Human Trafficking)
The FINTEL (Human Trafficking) training program advises participants on suspicious financial patterns that may indicate potential human trafficking through detailed case studies, examples and red flags.
FINTEL (Report Writing)
The FINTEL (Report Writing) training program helps participants understand the purpose and uses of reports and offers techniques on how to eliminate extraneous or irrelevant details when reporting.
FINTEL (Terrorist Financing & Resourcing)
The FINTEL (Terrorist Financing & Resourcing) training program has been developed to assist financial services firms bolster their defences and prevent misuse by people or entities linked to terrorism.
If you would like to subscribe to a FINTEL Online module, please contact us using the following form. If you are an approved user, we will contact you shortly after receiving your information.
FINTEL Online programs deal with subjects such as money laundering, terrorist financing, transnational criminal organisations and national security threats. ManchesterCF reserves the right to deny access to its training programs to individuals who are not currently employed by effectively regulated financial institutions.