The International Compliance Association is launching a new professional qualification in the Cayman Islands for financial crime prevention practitioners.
Fraud and financial crime cost the industry billions of dollars a year and the increase in and varieties of fraud continue to challenge financial services professionals the world over.
Success in managing this constantly evolving risk involves a strategic approach and the importance of having the right knowledge and skills cannot be underestimated.
This new diploma is truly international. It combines worldwide best practice with jurisdiction specific materials. It fuses useful knowledge and practical skills within an academic discipline, providing a learning experience that is second to none.
ICA invites Cayman Islands financial crime prevention practitioners to a briefing session at the Courtyard Marriott Hotel on 3 June. This event is free to attend and will be an opportunity for to find out more about this new qualification and the benefits it offers.
Bill Howarth, Chief Executive of the International Compliance Association, commented: ‘Financial crime is a key threat for industry and regulatory authorities alike. Having knowledgeable, fully trained staff who understand the risks is essential. This new diploma is a great opportunity for individuals to learn how to manage these business risks whilst developing their individual career paths.’
ICA International Diploma in Financial Crime Prevention – Free Briefing Session
Date: 3 June 2008
Time: 5:30pm -7:30pm
Venue: Courtyard Marriott Hotel, 1590 West Bay Road, George Town