The changing regulatory environment has resulted in a growing need for compliance professionals. The Pro Legal compliance training programme in AML, CTF and Regulatory Compliance is suitable for those new to compliance or in a junior role and will help you develop a good understanding of compliance fundamentals.
Who are the courses suitable for?
  • FX & Money Remittance firms
  • Brokers
  • Banks and non-Bank financial institutions
  • Compliance employees
  • Employees who have recently been given or aspire to be given compliance responsibilities
  • Those employees with management responsibility for compliance employees IE: MLRO’s/Directors/Managers
  • Any person who wishes to acquire an understanding of fundamental regulatory compliance principles and how businesses can comply with them
What will you learn?
  • The regulatory framework in the UK
  • UK regulation in practice
  • The role of the Compliance Officer
  • Understanding the regulator’s key principles
  • Understanding financial crime and money laundering
  • Understanding the regulatory framework
  • International regulation
  • Compliance in practice
  • Managing the risk of money laundering and terrorist financing
  • Financial crime prevention
Face to face:
Training available:
We can offer training in half or full day sessions.
Online E-Learning:
Our 3-5 hour long online E-learning training course provides:

1) A highly effective method of learning – these AML training modules are highly interactive combining animation and illustrations
2) Exercises at the end of each chapter to reinforce the user’s ability to grasp key concepts of money laundering and counter terrorism financing
3) A diploma upon successful completion of the final exam endorsed by the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS)

Tech World Analysis


    The following services explain how we approach Tech World for a range of common purposes:

    • Money Transfer Licence
    • PSD2 Application
    • Credit Authorisation
    • Compliance Audit
    • Consultancy
    • Technology