Know Your Customer or Know Your Client (KYC)
The know your customer or know your client (KYC) guidelines in financial services requires that professionals
make an effort to verify the identity, suitability, and risks involved with maintaining a business relationship. KYC processes are employed by companies for the purpose of ensuring their proposed customers, agents, consultants, or distributors are anti-money laundering, anti-bribery compliant, and are actually who they claim to be. Banks, insurers, investments funds, export creditors and other financial institutions are increasingly demanding that customers provide detailed due diligence information according to legal requirements.
To stay on the right side, every company needs to know its customers and verify their identities. The
process of identification and verification of the customer's identity and business within the company is
- When opening an account( Identification of a person)
- Conducting transactions with their customers
- Analyses new customer processes and policies
- Review documentation for new customers’ accounts.
This training aims at providing suitable knowledge and the practice with software used in financial sector
to help financial institutions fulfil their obligations.
Financial compliance is the regulation and enforcement of the laws and rules in finance and the capital markets.
It ranges through the entire financial spectrum, from investment banking practices to retail banking practices.
This obligation concerns not nonly banks but also all actors the financial sector: insurance companies, funds, etc.
After our training, candidates will be sufficiently ready to assess financial risks and create procedures and
plans to handle those potential issues. They will learn how to provide regular reports on the effectiveness of
a business's compliance measures how to advise business leadership on any actions or changes that should be
The professionals in the financial sector are required to implement the compliance framework to ensure
that the company respects laws and regulations. They must keep updated with current regulations and adapt
- Provide advice to the business
- Able to interpret the situation on spot very precisely
- Help people in reaching the right judgement in those frameworks
At the end of this training course, you will have a good general understanding of the mechanisms involved in
money laundering and terrorism financing. You will get a good knowledge of the principles and techniques to be
applied to counter them effectively.
It’s a crime that allows the background origin to be concealed. The objective of anti-money laundering (AML)
is to deter criminals from feeding their illicit funds into the financial system. Criminals use money
laundering to hide the true source of their money that has been derived from crimes.
A multitude of laws and regulations have been enacted to reign in the financing of terrorist activity,
and are collectively known as counter-terrorist financing policy (this may be abbreviated as CTF). Under
these policies, most financial institutions are obliged to fulfil many strict requirements regarding
monitoring customers’ transactions and behaviours.
Finance and Accountancy
In this training, you will be introduced to the terminology of both topics and familiarized with the basics as
well as some advanced concepts and theories. Courses are market oriented. This means that relevance and
applicability to your job are at their core. All courses consist of highly interactive.
This program is designed to hone your expertise in the latest Business analytics tools and techniques,
including planning and monitoring, data analysis and statistics and visualizations. This course will train you in a practical manner with real-world case studies, ensuring that you’re market-ready.
GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation)
As of May 2018, with the entry into application of the General Data Protection Regulation, there is one
set of data protection rules for all companies operating in the EU, wherever they are based.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) applies to the processing of personal data wholly or partly
by automated means as well as to non-automated processing. Our training provides full knowledge of this
At the end of the training, candidates will be able to perform this processing which covers a wide range
of operations performed on personal data, including by manual or automated means. It includes the collection,
recording, organisation, structuring, storage, adaptation or alteration, retrieval, consultation, use,
disclosure by transmission, dissemination or otherwise making available, alignment or combination,
restriction, erasure or destruction of personal data.
Our trained candidates will be fit and ready to help companies implement GDPR and comply with it.