Market Abuse from CityLearning is an online eLearning course that teaches your staff about market abuse and how to prevent it from happening in your company.
Broken down into five 15-minute modules, your staff will gain an awareness of their responsibilities under the Market Abuse Regulation (MAR).
Book a short demo of Market Abuse to learn more about this compliance training course from CityLearning.
CityLearning’s eLearning training courses have been trusted by major financial institutions, along with other large corporations and organisations such as key government bodies, law firms and many more for 25 years.
Market Abuse is focused on awareness and prevention of market abuse behaviours. It will teach your staff what behaviours are classified as market abuse under the Market Abuse Regulation (MAR), how to spot transactions that show signs of market abuse and when and how to report these transactions.
This market abuse training course is available off-the-shelf for the UK and Ireland, with content tailored to each jurisdiction. The Irish version can be made to fit any EU member state with a few slight modifications.
Tailored versions of our market abuse eLearning course can be made for different sectors. This includes:
Market Abuse training from CityLearning is built around a set of learning objectives to ensure your staff are fully trained in treating customers well.
After completing this course, you will be able to:
Module 1: Introduction
Module 2: Legal Background
Module 3: Market Abuse Behaviour 1
Module 4: Market Abuse Behaviour 2
Module 5: Roles and Responsibilities
This market abuse training course covers your obligations under the legislation regulating market abuse, primarily the Market Abuse Regulation (MAR). It explains what the main market abuse behaviours are and what they look like and teaches your staff what to do if they spot these behaviours.
The market abuse behaviours covered include:
Market Abuse ends in a 15-question course test. Learners must answer at least 12/15 questions correctly to pass the course. Their score will be automatically saved in CityLearning’s Learning Management System (LMS) CityREPORTs, so that compliance with handling market abuse training requirements can easily be proven.
Rigorous Testing: Spot questions are used throughout the course to increase user engagement; they either probe to expand on a learner’s existing knowledge of the subject matter or reinforce key learning points. Each module ends in a short quiz, and the course ends in a 15-question test with an 80% pass mark. Questions in the course test are randomised from a choice of three so that learners may retake without getting the same questions.
Customised Content: CityLearning can tailor Market Abuse to different jurisdictions and customise the course with content specific to your company.
Accessibility: This course contains audio narration throughout.
Glossary of Terms: Unfamiliar terms are linked to this glossary when they are first used in the course. The glossary can be accessed at any time.
Multimedia Design: This course gets the message across with a mix of text, images, animation and video.
Interactive Content: We design our courses to keep learners engaged and thinking. Market Abuse contains:
Modular Structure: This course is broken down into short modules that take less than 15 minutes to complete, so learners can easily finish this course at their own pace.
Real Life Case Studies: Learners benefit from studying recent examples of market abuse. These highlight the importance of market abuse awareness and prevention.
Market Abuse is available off-the-shelf for the UK and Ireland. The Irish version can be made to fit any EU member state with a few slight modifications.
CityLearning enjoys a longstanding reputation for the highest quality course content. We are committed to continuous improvement and have a well-established Quality Assurance System in place to measure and enhance our performance.
All project personnel are highly experienced in developing generic, customised and bespoke eLearning solutions for our clients.
Our courses are regularly reviewed by Subject Matter Experts at our client companies, a UK-based financial services regulatory consultancy and a leading Irish law firm.
CityLearning has been creating eLearning compliance training courses for 25 years. Our courses are accredited for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) by various bodies, including the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) in the UK and the Institute of Bankers (IOB), Life Insurance Association (LIA) and Insurance Institute of Ireland (III) in Ireland.
A stockbroking firm, already a longstanding CityLearning client, reached out in 2016 looking for market abuse training. The Market Abuse Regulation (MAR) and Market Abuse Directive (MAD II) were coming into force in a few months, and the company needed to train more than 300 staff on the new requirements. CityLearning’s market abuse training course had been updated with the new legislation. This meant the stockbroking firm were able to quickly train all their staff on the new requirements within the designated timeframe.
Yes, this course has been approved for one hour of CPD by the following bodies:
We can request CPD accreditation from other bodies if necessary.
Market Abuse should take just over one hour to complete.
Market Abuse is an eLearning course that should be taken online using a Learning Management System (LMS). This can be either our propriety LMS, CityREPORTs, or an LMS already in place in your company.
CityLearning courses are fully SCORM-compliant for easy upload to another LMS.
Yes, Market Abuse can be customised to meet any handling customer complaints training needs specific to your company.
The cost per user of CityLearning’s AML eLearning compliance course depends on the number of users taking the course and whether you take only this course or other CityLearning courses in addition to Market Abuse.
Get in touch with us today for a quote. Please be sure to let us know how many users will be taking the course(s) and which course(s) you are interested in.
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