The regulators firmly believe that whistleblowing plays a vital role in financial services - identifying risks, preventing wrongdoing and ensuring firms are regulated effectively. This can pose challenges for those advising and running an investigation when working within the regulatory regime and in accordance with employment law. If faced with competing considerations, what will drive your decision?
Following the arrival of the pandemic in early 2020, banks had to transform and implement new business strategies overnight. Working practices and client servicing were re-imagined; propelling banks to innovate at pace using next generation technology to power the new solutions and services required in a digital world.
When considering your firm’s financial crime risk management, are you focussing on how it satisfies regulatory requirements or are you also considering how effective it is at actually preventing crime and the financing of terrorism in the real world?
The AFB is delighted to partner again with Great Chatwell Academy of Learning to bring a Practice workshop to members that is designed to provoke thought and discussion on how thinking like a poacher is essential to becoming a more effective gamekeeper and therefore increasing the opportunity to deter, disrupt and detect crime.
We are delighted to offer AFB members an exclusive and BRAND NEW AFB Financial Crime Training Course – The AFB Financial Crime Compliance (AML) Foundation Certificate.