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Attention Comsure offers FREE AML/CFT/CPF training.

30/05/2024

On June 5th, we will host a free, complimentary training session on AML/CFT/CPF. The sessions are primarily for those in the property sector; however, the training would benefit legal professionals, so you are also most welcome.

This event is a direct response to the training questionnaire from the JFSC questionnaire about the property sector.  We are delighted to host this event at the Royal Yacht Hotel on June 5th.

I hope you agree; this represents a prime opportunity for businesses like yours to update employees' knowledge and align with the latest regulatory standards.

We hope you will participate in what promises to be a productive and enlightening experience. We are confident it will provide immense value to all attendees.

For registration details, you can take a look at the Eventbrite link below. Alternatively, please reply to this message and advise who you would like to come along.

🔥 **LIMITED SPOTS AVAILABLE** - ACT FAST TO SECURE YOUR PLACE!

WHERE

Join us at the Royal Yacht Hotel on June 5th for an exclusive Estate Agency training session that promises a refresher into the essential practices that will keep your agency ahead of the curve.

📅 **Save the Date**: June 5th, 2024

 **Agenda**:

- 09:00 AM: Registration

- 09:15 AM: Training begins

- 10:45 AM: Conclusion

🎓 **CPD Accreditation**: Earn 1.5 hours of CPD time and receive a certificate of attendance, valuable slide packs and supporting materials.

📍 **Location**: The prestigious Royal Yacht Hotel

WHY ATTEND

Here's what you can expect from this invaluable training:

1. Engaging in interactive sessions led by seasoned subject matter experts.

2. Case studies providing real-world insights into AML/CFT/CPF.

3. A dedicated Q&A segment tailored to address your unique concerns.

4. Ample networking opportunities to connect with like-minded professionals.

By attending this training, you're not just fulfilling a requirement but taking a significant step towards professional excellence and compliance assurance. Don't miss out on this opportunity to enhance your knowledge and skills in AML/CFT/CPF.

REGISTER

To secure your spot, click the registration link below or contact us at yes@comsuregroup.com. We look forward to your participation in this important training session.

The Comsure team looks forward to welcoming you to a morning filled with knowledge, growth, and networking. See you there! 👋

#EstateTraining #JFSCCompliance #ComsureMasterclass #ProfessionalDevelopment

JERSEY COMSURE SERVICES TRAINING

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