Webinar date: Thursday 27th September at 4pm BST/10am CT
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) recently published their Anti-Money Laundering Report for 2017/18. The report reveals that for the last reporting period, 922,544 internal Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) were made to Money Laundering Reporting Officers (MLROs).
Behind each one of those SARs is a financial services employee who is not only being vigilant and motivated, but is able to recognise the red flags and knows how to report an issue.
As an industry, our collective goal must be to drive the level of reporting even higher. This means taking a new look at the training that we deliver. Whilst the mechanics of making a report can be successfully addressed by traditional anti-money laundering (AML) training, there is growing recognition that the other necessary skills and behaviours require a new approach. Vigilance and motivation are developed most effectively through programmes that encourage and embed behavioural change – with training that speaks to hearts as well as minds.
Join us on Thursday 27th September at 4pm BST/10am CT for a webinar with
Liz Hornby, Principal Learning Consultant, and Jaiman Patel, Learning Consultant, to discover:
- The latest trends in financial crime training
- How to drive and embed behavioural change
- How to strengthen your first line of defence
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