Get Ready for Mastering Compliance: Anti-Money Laundering Training for Brokers
CATEGORY: Professional Development
TAGS: Anti-Money Laundering FINTRAC Mastering Compliance Professional Development Professional Development Program
BCREA’s popular self-paced education program, Mastering Compliance: Anti-Money Laundering Training for Brokers, is back! This year’s program is touted as “Mastering Compliance 2.0,” with enhancements incorporating feedback from last year.
Mastering Compliance: Anti-Money Laundering Training for Brokers helps managing brokers, compliance officers and administrative staff who contribute to FINTRAC compliance at their brokerage meet FINTRAC’s two-year effectiveness review requirements.
Learners can expect a mixture of text, audio, video and infographics integrated into the program. The digestible and easily understandable design of the program breaks down the requirements and outlines the practice applications.
By the end of this course, learners will be able to:
- develop and maintain an effective compliance training program,
- meet FINTRAC reporting and record-keeping requirements,
- mitigate business risks related to money laundering,
- guide real estate professionals on when and how to file a Suspicious Transaction Report,
- enhance brokerage policies and procedures and
- navigate a FINTRAC examination with confidence.
This course will provide brokers and compliance officers with practical tools and strategies for enhancing a brokerage’s compliance program, a strong foundation in FINTRAC compliance requirements and preparing for a FINTRAC audit or examination.
Upon successful completion of this self-paced online program, learners will receive nine accredited professional development hours.
Learners highly regarded the inaugural 2020 version of Mastering Compliance, and the program recently received an education award from ARELLO. Learn more about the esteemed recognition and ARELLO here.
Coming Soon: Mastering Compliance: Anti-Money Laundering in Real Estate Symposium
This virtual symposium is scheduled for early 2022. It will bring real estate industry leaders, anti-money laundering experts and managing brokers together to explore and develop a deeper understanding of anti-money laundering and FINTRAC compliance within a real estate context.
More details and information about the symposium will be revealed later.
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