Train your employees in compliance efficiently and sustainably with this attractive standard course. The course in “General Compliance” covers all relevant topics in a brief and concise manner. “General Compliance” was developed with the help of experts in the field and is updated periodically. It is modular in design and can be easily adapted to your needs.
The “Compliance Finance” package was specially developed for the financial sector. The modules can be purchased separately or as a package. “Compliance Finance” covers the most important issues with regard to regulatory standards and is based on the in-depth methodological and didactic experience CREALOGIX has gathered in the financial sector.
Training is done online as a “Software as a Service” (SaaS) solution via our Digital Learning Hub in Switzerland. The prices are based on the number of employees doing the training and can be adapted flexibly. The “Compliance” learning modules can easily be supplemented with further tailor-made content and can thus cover a broad range of themes for corporate learning.
The financial industry is subject to increasingly stringent regulations. For the financial center Switzerland on the 1 January 2016, the “Agreement on the Rules for the Due Diligence Agreement (CDB 16)” of the Swiss Bankers Association (“SBA’s”) and the “totally revised Money Laundering Ordinance-FINMA” came into effect.
This presents financial institutions with major challenges, because they have to prove that their employees are properly trained, know the requirements of the regulator and adhere to them.
As the Swiss market leader in digital learning with affinity to finance, CREALOGIX supports financial institutions to cope with this challenges and provides with the course package Compliance Finance specific training modules for current regulatory topics.
The fight against money laundering and terrorist financing are central concerns of the Swiss financial center. Regularly therefore the Swiss Bankers Association (SBA) adjusts their Agreement on the rules for the Due Diligence Agreement (CDB).
Both learning modules with a total learning time of about 1 hour contain the adaptations by 2016 and show the necessary measures for natural and legal persons. The learning success is checked for each module with a final exam.
The Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority FINMA brings on 1 January 2016, the “totally revised Money Laundering Ordinance-FINMA” into effect. The revision takes into account both the revised Anti-Money Laundering Act (AMLA) as well as the adapted international standards. With the differentiation between introducing and deepening the two learning modules explain these adjustments in approximately 1.5 hours of study time and check it with a final test.
FATCA (Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act) is an important US law that Swiss banks have to comply with. These modules provide an introduction to the law and explain how individuals and legal entities have to act, especially in dealing with customers. You’re up to date with these three modules in 1.5 hours.
Responsible acting companies have realised that compliance is far more than being compliant with laws and regulations. Compliance means prevention and includes the development of comprehensive policies and behavioural codes and their clear communication to all employees.
Prevention instead of prohibitions and penalties: The very definition of a code of conduct doesn’t ensure that the employees comply with it. The course package General Compliance is based on a ” Best Business Practice ” and includes interactive learning modules with practical case examples of situations and behaviours as well as practical tips and learning controls – so your code of conduct is not only taught , but also lived in practice .
A code of conduct includes much more than just a guide for employees about to what to do or not. It reflects the corporate culture both internally and externally and is based on fundamental values and standards for socio-ethical action like: respectful and proper conduct towards the own company, colleagues, customers and suppliers, fair competition, privacy and confidentiality, and sustainable management of the environment.
This 45-minute module deepens your Code of Conduct, explains the legal foundations and gives practical advice on the key issues around economic-ethical and correct behaviour.
Which regulations does the antitrust law contain and what are the risks of breaking them? In this course you will learn the principles of competition law and their importance for your professional life. On the basis of instructions and case studies you will learn in just over an hour on how to comply with the legal requirements and how to behave correctly in house raids and violations.
How to recognize and avoid bribery and corruption in everyday life? When do you have to be cautious with gifts and invitations and avoid conflicts of interest? This 30-minute course gives an introduction to the legal basis and shows through interactive case studies how to behave properly as employees in difficult situations.