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*Under the Singapore Government’s Financial Training Scheme (FTS), course fee subsidies for Thomson Reuters’ compliance programmes are raised to 90%. Additional Credit of 5% from The Institute of Banking & Finance Singapore can be also used to offset course fee until 30 June 2020.
Conduct Risk in Insurance: Conflicts of Interest (Global)
Designed to help employees of insurance firms recognise and avoid conflicts of interest, particularly with regard to personal, financial and family interests, dealing with customers and suppliers, and handling offers and acceptance of gifts and entertainment.
Ensuring Good Customer Outcomes (Singapore)
This course provides an overview of the Monetary Authority of Singapore’s (MAS) Guidelines on Standards of Conduct for Financial Advisers and Representatives (MAS Guidelines) and how following the Guidelines’ requirements leads to better customer outcomes.
Senior Manager Accountability (Global)
This course is designed to raise awareness of regulations that aim to increase accountability of senior managers in the financial services industry. It focuses on the key jurisdictions of the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia, Malaysia and the United States.
Anti-Money Laundering - Sell Side/Commercial Banking
The purpose of this course is to set out the money laundering and terrorism finance risks for Commercial Banks. It also highlights measures undertaken by financial organisations to identify, prevent and report money laundering practices.
International Reach of MiFID II
This course explains what MiFID II is and why it is important, even outside of the EU. It provides an overview of how MiFID II affects trading, regulation and governance outside the EU (including the UK). This includes the regulatory changes MiFID II has introduced to the trading landscape globally.
FX Global Code of Conduct
This course is set out to create awareness and generate adherence around the 6 themes and 55 principles set out in the Code, assess its application across countries and institutions, understand its practical application with real life scenarios and identify some market best practices.
Trade Finance and Trade Based Money Laundering (Global)
This course provides staff working in financial firms with an understanding of the process of money laundering in trade finance, the effective measures to mitigate money laundering and terrorist financing and the responsibilities of employees to help detect and prevent it.