Regulatory Training

Having your staff conversant with the latest regulatory requirements is of paramount importance. As an example, the AML/CFT (Anti-Money Laundering/Combating Financing of Terrorism) current legislative provisions put substantial obligations on all staff members. The same could be applied to a number of Compliance-related issues.

We have the right trainers to provide training programmes dealing with the practical application of the obligations emanating from the AML/CFT and/or Compliance-related legislative provisions that are currently in force. Formal, quality training can be offered to fit particular needs and will be delivered in a practical and interactive way with the aim to present a broad and in-depth understanding of the subject under review. Participants will be given every opportunity to raise and discuss any issue with the speakers, all of whom are leaders in their area of expertise.

Why AID Compliance?

What makes us different?

When someone asks, “What’s different about AID Compliance?”, the answer resides in our experienced professionals who are innovative and constantly involved in bringing fresh ideas. Ongoing training and education is one of the pillars of AID Compliance’s service to our clients. Our staff successfully implements effective compliance solutions tailored to each client’s needs.

Our one-stop-shop provides all the relevant services under one roof. Due to this structure, clients save time and effort and queries will be dealt with promptly. Any essential points can often be discussed in a more time-saving manner for the client as many material facts are already known to us through our ongoing advisory work.

Getting compliance right is important for all businesses. We know and understand the challenges you face.

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