ICA Webinar Series – join the big compliance conversation #BigCompConvo

It’s time to join the big compliance conversation and sign-up to our free webinar series. It’s the quickest and easiest way to stay up to date on the latest compliance hot topics.

Whether you are new to the International Compliance Association or you’re an ICA member, our webinar series will enhance your knowledge of AML, compliance and financial crime related topics. This is your opportunity to learn from (and ask questions of) subject matter experts who delve into the complex yet fascinating world of regulatory and financial crime compliance.


Community. Knowledge. Recognition. It’s time to get involved. It’s time to join the Big Compliance Conversation #BigCompConvo

 

 

19th February, 15:00 GMT - The Role of Transaction Monitoring in Enterprise-wide AML Risk Management

 

Transaction monitoring is an area of business that is not widely understood, yet is of massive significance. Terms like ‘fuzzy logic’ and ‘true hits’ can often sound like entirely another language.

 

We will be peeking behind the curtain of transaction monitoring and taking a look at how it works and why it is so important in managing risk. But we’ll also be considering the benefits that a robust transaction monitoring process brings and how the data and insight generated can support strategic objectives.

  •  Understanding the basics of transaction monitoring and how it fits into a robust risk management framework
  • Challenging convention – how data and approaches are evolving
  • Beyond Management information – the many ways that transaction monitoring information can help underpin assurance and commercial objectives

 

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25th January, 13:00 GMT - The Compliance Officer as Psychologist

 

As regulators move towards more behavioural compliance, compliance professionals need an understanding of psychology and occupational psychology in particular. Occupational psychology investigates how people behave and perform at work in order to develop an understanding of how organisations function. Does that sound like something that will enhance your performance as a compliance professional?

Compliance is not a technical role; it is a people role.

 

  • Understanding why people do what they do, and behave the way they do, is critical when it comes to changing behaviour.
  • Laws, rules and regulations are rational. Human beings are not!
  • Basics of using psychology in the workplace.

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Webinar Series - Recordings archive

 

21st November, 15:00 GMT - The Incredible Case of Operation Trilby

Thank you to all that attended the webinar on the 21st November.

You can access the recorded version of this must-see webinar here

Simply enter your contact details and a recording of the webinar will be sent to you via email.

 

14th December, 15:00 GMT - Adverse media screening 

Thank you to all that attended the webinar on 14th December.

You can access the recorded version of this must-see webinar here

Simply enter your contact details and a recording of the webinar will be sent to you via email.

Please note; there are some technical difficulties at the beginning of the webinar which were present when it was live. Due to the nature of the software, we cannot edit this. The issues were resolved, and the webinar took place as planned. This can be forwarded through and the webinar can be enjoyed! 

 

Recognition. Knowledge. Community.

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If you’d like to contribute an article as part of the Big Compliance Conversation and Beyond Regulation get in touch with us at 
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