For more than 20 years, CityLearning has been a trusted source of compliance eLearning training for the financial industry in Ireland and the UK. Our accredited courses help to safeguard your organisation’s reputation by ensuring that your staff meet their compliance responsibilities.
CityLearning's Sanctions course ensures that your staff know how to screen for sanctions and how to report breaches.
Details the money laundering and terrorist financing risks that apply to an organisation.
Explains how employees can identify and report potential money laundering or terrorist financing in their organisation. Different versions of this course are available for asset management firms, insurance firms and retail banks.
Anti-Bribery & Corruption
Our accredited Anti-Bribery & Corruption course outlines bribery law and ensures adequate safeguarding for your organisation.
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