We know Compliance can be difficult and complicated, thankfully our COMPLIANCE ADVISER can help address your quick questions. T&Cs Apply.
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Our goal is to help regulated entities update their knowledge gaps, and stay compliant. We partner with Global Certification bodies to enable truly Global Qualifications relevant in today's fast paced business environment.
We exist to Empower Unemployed Students to be job-ready and Employed Students to be more Productive and Successful in their Career, Community and the dynamic fast paced work environment.
Our goal is to help Accountable Persons navigate the ever-changing face of Anti Money Laundering (AML) Regulations, making Compliance simpler, more transparent and more manageable within the workplace.
Our goal is to use technology to support clients achieve their compliance requirements. Our APPSCORE Institute of Digital Technology builds customer centric software solutions.
We are an Accredited Training Partner of the Chartered Institute of Securities and Investment (CISI), CISI offers the CMA mandatory Financial Services qualification.
The ICC Academy, the educational arm of International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) introductory level certification providing comprehensive understanding of trade finance products.
We build and customize Compliance Training Programs designed for participants to Discover, Engage and Interact with Compliance Tools including the Law, Procedure and across
Advocate of the High Court of Uganda, with over 6 years experience; in charge of the Compliance Advisory Unit Practice.
Associate of the CISI, he is a Tutor on AML Practice and Investments. in charge of Training and Technology Practice.
Supports AML Training, Enforcement Advisory and Independent Audits Practice.
20 March 2019
Money laundering is a criminal endeavor that’s more pervasive than you might think.
28 May 2019
A lot of lawyers and accountants in pulp fiction are happy to help criminals turn dirty money into clean cash.
24 September 2019
Tanzania’s central bank has fined two Kenyan banks Sh55.78 million for breaking anti-money laundering rules, as regulators in East Africa move to curb the flow of illicit money.
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