Opportunities abound in chaos, and there has been an increase in COVID-19 related crimes, such as fraud and cybercrime, which is contributing to the current illicit financial flow. At the same time, there are constraints on the ability of government and the private sector to fulfil AML and CFT obligations. In recent years AML regulation, in particular, has been subject to a host of amendments, updates and new rules that is incredibly challenging to track, understand and assimilate. While there has to be a global view of the AML regulatory environment, AML courses that are specific to the region, that can be tailored to the requirements of the organization if necessary and hosted by regulatory experts are particularly helpful.
The immediacy and urgency of some of the issues that have arisen from the COVID-19 pandemic have created a demand for customized online training that provides employees with appropriate tools and knowledge to acclimatize to a new way of working. While we except that some normality will return over the next few months, it may take years to reach an equilibrium.
The design of your organization’s courses influences how employees perceive and experience the content. An interactive approach to compliance training substantially helps employees to engage with the educational experience while meeting their learning objectives. Thomson Reuters Compliance Learning courses are driven by practical examples and interactive scenarios to ensure users truly understand and recognize the issues of most importance to your business and learn to support