PRE-XMAS AML/CFT training in Guernsey, Jersey and Mauritius
Did you know there are 87 days to Christmas (as of writing 29/9/2021) and do you still need to arrange your annual CPD AML training?
If yes, Comsure would be delighted to have an opportunity to provide your annual AML/CFT training requirements.
Also, would you like an after workshop eLearning assessment? The assessment would be a multi-choice test (Comsure recommends a minimum of 20 questions – You, the client, can advise).
And the eLearning evaluation would help meet the regulatory requirement in your jurisdiction
- The Jersey JFSC AML Handbook - #JerseyAML
9.4.1 Monitoring and Testing Effectiveness – . A relevant person may demonstrate that it maintains procedures for monitoring and testing the effectiveness of awareness-raising where it periodically tests employees' awareness of:[›] Risks and policies and procedures, and takes appropriate action where awareness is insufficient. [›] Statutory obligations, and takes appropriate action where awareness is insufficient
- The Mauritius FSC AML Handbook #MauritiusAML
12.3 Board Oversight [PAGE 88] - In order to measure the effectiveness of AML and CFT training, the financial institution could consider it appropriate to incorporate an exam or some form of assessment into its ongoing training programme, either as part of the periodic training provided to employees or during the intervening period between training.
- The Guernsey GFSC AML Handbook #GuernseyAML
15.2. Board Oversight [PAGE 194] - In order to measure the effectiveness of AML and CFT training, the firm could consider it appropriate to incorporate an exam or some form of assessment into its ongoing training programme, either as part of the periodic training provided to relevant employees or during the intervening period between training.
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