AML/CTF and Risk Awareness training

Risk Awareness training

Ensure your AML/CTF compliance program is fit for now and into the future.

Get clear and meaningful, up-to-date coverage of applicable regulation and rules from our comprehensive AML/CTF program, which includes compliance planning, customer due diligence, reporting, and record-keeping requirements.

What is AML and why is AML/CTF important?

Global financial crime regulators aim for a financial system free from abuse. As Australia’s financial crime agency, AUSTRAC’s purpose is to build resilience in the financial system and use financial intelligence and regulation to disrupt money laundering, terrorism financing, and other serious crime.

Businesses are best placed to know and understand what risks their products, channels, and customers pose. Did you know that AML/CTF law relies on regulated entities like yours to identify, mitigate and manage their ML/TF risk? Australia’s regulatory framework and AUSTRAC actually trust that you will follow sound AML/CTF risk management practices?

The AML/CTF Act is part of a legislative package which brings Australia into line with international best practice to deter money laundering and terrorism financing.

AML/CTF and risk awareness training.

How we can help you meet your AML/CTF and risk awareness training requirements.

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What others say about us

Parallels real workplace experience.

We have been using FEP for a number of years now. The course materials are highly professional and parallels real workplace experience. Staff greatly value participating in meaningful external training and are the greatest advocates.

Efficient, informative and accessible.

The content is well set out, clear and precise. My organisation does the course every year and we are continuing to learn new and interesting things with each new offering. The content is up to date with the industry and completely relevant to my role. I had all the support and learning resources available to get it done…

Extremely relevant and meaningful.

Our firm exclusively uses the services of Financial Education Professionals for all of our ongoing RG146, compliance and responsible manager training for our team. We find course materials extremely relevant and meaningful and this allows our team to have up to date, practical knowledge.

Peter McGuire, CEO, XM

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