This seminar forms part of the Anti-Money Laundering CPD Series. Achieving your statutory AML CPD can be a challenge. The aim of this series is to provide practical and relevant CPD in a lively format. The topics covered are crucial for building and maintaining your knowledge in today’s fast-moving environment.
Designed to be flexible around you, these sessions run three times a day allowing you to choose a time that suits your busy schedule.
Each session is repeated at:
8am–9am, 1pm–2pm, 4pm–5pm
This course will be delivered through Online Classroom Live.
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This series will be of interest to anyone working in the finance sector including MLCOs, MLROs, anti-financial crime specialists, compliance professionals, directors and those working in risk management.
This course has already run and a new date has not yet been scheduled. Please contact us to register your interest.
Timings: 08:00-09:00 (Registration from 07:45)
Chris Usher, Global Head of AML and Financial Crime Education at BPP Professional Education
Chris has over 15 years’ experience in financial services, working both in the UK and offshore, for major financial institutions such as Barclays Wealth and Santander.
He now specialises in delivering training in investment management, taxation and regulatory issues. Formerly an International Investment Manager he advised both individuals and corporate entities on complex investment scenarios. One of his students was awarded the highest global mark ever, out of 10,000 students, for the level six Private Client Investment Advice & Management paper (PCIAM) awarded by the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI).
Notably, Chris has trained on behalf of the British Bankers’ Association in London on regulatory matters and was also invited to speak at the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS) conference in Miami in 2013 on the topic of ‘Understanding the Criminal Vulnerabilities of Offshore Products and Services’.