General Corporate Compliance Training2024-04-10T17:54:30+10:00

General Corporate Compliance Training

General Corporate Compliance

Compliance training solutions for banking and financial professionals

Our General Corporate Compliance training is a suite of engaging modules designed to meet regulatory compliance and conduct requirements.

Meet your organisation’s risk and compliance obligations with relevant and meaningful learning. (RG 104 AFS licensing: Meeting the general obligations, RG 205 Credit licensing: General conduct obligations).

Our online modules include AML/CTF regulation in Australia, Breach reporting, Complaints handling and dispute resolution, Conflicts of interest, Cyber security, DDO, Fraud awareness, Insurance code of practice, Modern slavery, Preventing bribery and corruption, Privacy and data protection, supporting vulnerable customers in consumer credit and general insurance & Work health and safety.

Who is our general corporate compliance training for?

  • Licensees must comply with general obligations under various Acts, including the Corporations Act.
  • All financial representatives must be trained to adhere to financial services-specific regulation and industry codes with respect to conduct.

Licensees are also required to be able to provide evidence to regulators that their representatives are adequately trained to perform their role on both an initial and ongoing basis.

A simple enterprise-wide solution for a complex world of regulation.

We understand that effective compliance training is not just about delivering regulatory content—it’s about creating learning that is engaging, relevant and impactful for organisations and their employees. We are committed to designing training experiences that resonate with individuals, ensuring they gain practical knowledge and skills that are immediately applicable to their roles.

Our Corporate Compliance modules are suitable for organisation wide training from front-line employees to management and leadership and directors.

Highly contextualised to financial services
Australian specific financial services content further contextualised by supervising regulator (ASIC/APRA) or industry sector.

Effective, impactful training
Our modules are approximately 30 minutes duration. This is an ideal study time that is not only convenient, but also ensures learners can process and retain important information and apply it effectively in their roles.

Know your learning is current and accurate
Modules reviewed by leading compliance consultants and legal council. Instructionally designed. Quizzes and activities to support knowledge.

Flexible training delivery | Customisable
Customisation points  to reference their own processes, policies and scenarios. Host your general compliance training on your system or ours.

AML/CTF regulation in Australia
Breach reporting
Complaints handling and dispute resolution
Conflicts of interest
Cyber security
Design and distribution obligations
Fraud awareness
General Insurance code of practice
Modern slavery
Preventing bribery and corruption
Privacy and data protection
Supporting vunerable customers in consumer credit
Supporting vulnerable customers in general insurance
Workplace health and safety

Frequently Asked Questions

What is FEP’s general corporate compliance training?2024-01-24T14:11:39+11:00

Our general corporate compliance training contains a suite of engaging online modules designed to make employees aware of their responsibilities and feel empowered to uphold the conduct and regulatory standards applicable to their organisation.

A general compliance module – refers to a corporate e-learning course designed to meet specified organisational, legislative and/or conduct requirements.

 

Our approach to learning2024-01-24T14:08:00+11:00

The team at FEP understands that effective compliance training is not just about delivering regulatory content; it’s about creating learning that is engaging, relevant and impactful for organisations and their employees.

We design training experiences that resonate with individuals, ensuring they gain practical knowledge and skills that are immediately applicable to their roles.

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