Register Now for Mastering Compliance: Anti-Money Laundering Training for Brokers
Registration is now open for Mastering Compliance: Anti-Money Laundering Training for Brokers, a comprehensive online program designed to provide brokers and compliance officers with the tools to master FINTRAC compliance. This nine-week training program combines self-paced, online learning with virtual classes to help you build a strong culture of compliance at your brokerage and network with peers from across the province to share knowledge and experiences.
What will you gain from Mastering Compliance?
Upon completion of the program, learners will have the knowledge, skills and resources to:
- navigate a FINTRAC audit or examination with confidence,
- develop and maintain an effective compliance training program,
- meet FINTRAC reporting and record-keeping requirements,
- mitigate business risks related to money laundering,
- guide agents on when and how to file a suspicious transaction report,
- improve brokerage policies and procedures,
- and more!
This program will also foster a network of professionals involved in FINTRAC compliance and, through virtual classes, offer a space for learners to trade stories, find effective solutions and support one another in building a culture of compliance.
Who should take this program?
The Mastering Compliance program is intended for brokers, compliance officers and administrative staff who contribute to FINTRAC compliance at their brokerage.
If you are new to the role, this program will provide you with a strong foundation and set you up for success. If you are experienced with FINTRAC compliance, this program will help you increase your knowledge, stay connected to upcoming changes and ensure your brokerage is well-positioned for a FINTRAC audit or examination.
What else do you need to know?
Mastering Compliance is a nine-week program that will run from October 5 to December 4 and will require approximately 1-3 hours each week. The program is a blended model, with self-paced, online modules and three virtual classes. The virtual classes will feature Jacqueline Shinfield, one of Canada's leading financial services regulatory lawyers.
Those who successfully complete the program will receive nine accredited Professional Development Program hours. Registration is $300 if you register by September 13 and $350 after the early-bird deadline.
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