The wealth management business for banks around the world has fundamentally changed since the global financial crisis of 2008. For most international private banks, financial crime risk management is not simply a regulatory necessity. In order to protect clients and businesses, regardless of where they are located, a prudent risk management strategy is required.
This training program is designed to place critical knowledge into the hands of private bankers so they can recognise the potential patterns of financial crime. For markets that demand the implementation of a risk-based approach, targeted training is mandatory, not optional.
Emphasis is placed on the interaction between relationship managers and risk professionals engaged in the modern wealth management business. By focusing on the business line itself, this program is truly international in scope.
Seminars for this program are lead by professional instructors with extensive international banking experience.
The FCT (Private Banking) program contains the following components:
- Digital textbook
- Computer-based training (customisable and SCORM-compliant)
- Multiple languages
This learning program is eligible for continuous professional development (CPD) credits from the International Compliance Association.
ICA Members can claim 12 CPD points after completing this course.
This training is eligible for CFCS credits from the Association of Certified Financial Crime Specialists.
ACFCS Members can claim 12 CFCS credits after completing this course.
This training is eligible for GCAL credits from the Great Chatwell Academy of Learning.
GCAL students can claim 12 CPD credits after completing this course.