At Financial Crime Risk and Compliance, we like to make it as easy as possible for staff to learn and make reference to materials. One of the ways we do this is by adopting a common approach to training and reference materials.
Everything old is new again.
Nigel Morris-Cotterill recorded financial crime risk and compliance lectures under the title “Dirty Cash” in 1997. Released on audio cassette the lectures were studio produced by Morris-Cotterill’s friends moonlighting from their jobs in BBC Radio. The cassette format meant that the tapes could be played in the car, in the pocket or in the living room or office.
So when podcasting came along, for Morris-Cotterill, it was very much a matter of “been there, done that and done it properly. No need to do it again.”
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We have a history of delivering remote learning since 1997 and built our own training system since 2002.
The latest iteration was launched in 2020.
No masks; auto-distancing.
There are many conferences but there is only one Financial Crime Forum. Held periodically since 1998, the Financial Crime Forum is a high level event with speakers that you will rarely find in other events.
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The comprehensive approach to financial crime training and education.