Training

Seven Compliance provides bespoke training focused on current and new regulation, the requirements and culture of each Firm and the sector of the financial industry in which our clients operate.

This can be delivered Face to Face, as remote training or video modules. We can produce bespoke training or provide clients with modules from the following:

Current training

Financial Crime Compliance Update – 2 ½ hours

Combatting the Financing of Terrorism – 2 ½ hours

Regulatory Update – 2 ½ hours

Compliance Risk Assessment & Management – 2 ½ hours

The Role of the Compliance Officer & MLRO – 2 ½ hours

Tax – Regulations & Best Practice 2 ½ hours

UK/US/EU/UN & other Sanctions 2022 – 2 ½ hours

UBO – The Controller – 2 ½ hours

The Risk-Based Approach 2022 – 2 ½ hours

Offshore Customers & Offshore Financial Services in Terms of FCC – 2 ½ hours

New Technologies & their use in Fighting Financial Crime – 2 ½ hours

Correspondent Banking in the Context of FCC – 2 ½ hours

AML in Private Banking & HNWI – 2 ½ hours

AML & Financial Crime in the Card Business – 2 ½ hours

Fraud 101 – 2 ½ hours

Fraud Risk Assessment and Anti-Fraud Best Practice – 2 ½ hours

Selling Offshore Financial Products – 3 hours

Public Speaking & Presentation Skills Masterclass – 4 hours

Understanding Financial Markets – 2 ½ hours

Understanding Investment Management – 2 ½ hours

Please contact us for a discussion with our Training Team to see how Seven can help you provide high quality training to your employees.

FATF President Pleyer says: “You cannot make AML more effective by using digital tools only—you need trained people. So it’s also about human resources, in all the parts of the chain of AML. You need them in compliance, you need them with the supervisors, you need them with the financial Intelligence units, you need them with law enforcement.” Click the link to read the full article: Money Laundering Watchdog Turns Focus to Digital Tools, Extremism – WSJ

The FCA said: “Accountability and ownership of money-laundering risk in the first line of defence needs to increase, rather than be viewed as a compliance or back-office responsibility. In relation to training, some participants had developed a mixture of training delivery methods but others only used a basic online AML training module with little else to support it.” Click the link to read the full article: Thematic Review 19/4: Understanding the Money Laundering Risks in the Capital Markets (fca.org.uk)

Testimonials:

“…The combination of lecture and case studies is the best way to learn about financial crime”

 “…Great to have somebody with a lot of practical experience who can transfer knowledge in a practical way”

“… A great way to learn about the AML business”

“…The trainer knows how to explain things to people with no knowledge”

 “…Brilliant presenter – very informative”

“…This course made dry & abstract subjects interesting”

“…Superb AML knowledge – excellent presentation skills”

 “…Highly professional trainer – explains clearly and understandably. Makes the subject very interesting. Has a huge and actual knowledge of financial crime – I learned masses”

 “…Very professional, very good knowledge but put at the delegates level of comprehension with easy to follow AML examples”

“…The trainer presented a difficult topic and got the message across easily at a level I could understand”

 “…The next time the team needs AML training, it will definitely be Mark delivering it”