The International Compliance Association (ICA) – part of Wilmington plc, has announced it has partnered with Graduate School of Business and Entrepreneurship (GSBE) in Uzbekistan, to improve access to compliance courses for individuals and businesses within the region.
The GSBE is a leading educational institution in the country for training, retraining and professional competencies development of mid to senior executives for government authorities and business entities, as well as the only state educational institution offering MBA courses.
Rob Phillipson, commercial development director at ICA explains: “As an organisation, ICA is focused on raising the global standards for financial crime and regulatory compliance professionals through an extensive range of courses, suitable for all levels of learning from introductory programmes through to MSc degree level. However, our aim is always to go beyond training to affect behavioural change.
“GSBE has a significant network of contacts in large organisations within Uzbekistan and we will now be working together to help professionals and students navigate the latest regulatory changes in Uzbekistan. We are proud to be partnering with leading regional organisations, such as GSBE, which means we can improve local access to learning, while benefiting the wider compliance community by ensuring global perspectives come together within the teaching environment.”
Aziza Mukhamadieva, chief specialist International Relations and Organisation of Cooperation Department Graduate School of Business and Entrepreneurship confirms: “We are delighted to become a part of the ICA team. It is an honour for us to cooperate with such a prestigious institution for the benefit of our students.”