International Compliance Association hosts first Open Day in London

The last few years have seen an explosion of interest in careers in compliance, anti money laundering and financial crime prevention. The ICA open day is aimed at those interested in finding out more about these exciting careers as well as those already working in these areas who want to get ahead.

The open day is taking place on:

4 February 2015 at 10am (afternoon and evening sessions now fully booked)
Hotel Café Royal, Regent Street, London

Those attending can expect to gain an insight into compliance, anti money laundering and fraud prevention job roles; which ICA qualification is best suited to their experience and career aspirations and how an ICA qualification can add credibility and value to their CV. They can also hear from past students about how an ICA qualification has enhanced their skills and opportunities as well as speak to specialist recruitment firms about their career options.

Speaking about the open day Bill Howarth, ICA Chief Executive, said:

“Compliance, once viewed as a somewhat restrictive back-office role, has now evolved into something much more exciting, varied and challenging and is now a high profile function within a business.  As such it has, along with AML and fraud prevention, become a hot career choice for financial services professionals, those from looking to move from other industry sectors and graduates.  This is the first time ICA has run an open day and so far nearly 400 people have already registered which shows the huge levels of interest in these career areas.  Whether you’re looking to showcase your existing knowledge with an ICA qualification or grow your career in a new direction, join us on 4 February to find out more.”

More details of the open day and how to register can be found at or call the team on 0121 362 7534. Free briefing sessions where you can also find out about the courses are also running in Edinburgh, Birmingham, Jersey, Guernsey, Isle of Man, Hong Kong and Singapore. More information here