Enhanced Funding Support for Financial Institutions
*Under the Financial Training Scheme, the Monetary Authority of Singapore will enhance course fee subsidies for locals attending accredited or recognised courses up to 90%. The IBF will provide an additional 5% in support in the form of IBF Credit until 30 June 2021, bringing the course fee subsidy up to 95%. The IBF is the national accreditation and certification agency for financial industry competency in Singapore.
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Anti-bribery and anti-corruption legislation globally has existed for some time, though enforcement is becoming more aggressive. Our Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption courses are intended to familiarise employees with the laws that criminalise bribery and corruption, and to help employees recognise and mitigate associated risks.
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Regional courses available to support differing legislative requirements.
- Define bribery and corruption
- Identify key national and international anti-bribery and anti-corruption laws and conventions
- Define 'public officials' and 'anything of value' from the perspective of anti-corruption regulations
- Identify the business activities that pose bribery and corruption risks
- Recall the steps on how to mitigate potential bribery and corruption risks
- Key Concepts
- Laws and Regulations
- Risk Areas and Red Flags
- Your Role
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