Anti-bribery and anti-corruption legislation globally has existed for some time, though enforcement is becoming more aggressive. There is heightened regulatory focus on how insurers obtain and retain business within emerging markets where bribery and corruption is prolific.
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A short online e-learning primer aimed as an introductory overview for those working in FCA-regulated firms to enable them to recognise Anti-Bribery and Corruption and make them aware of the requirements of the FCA, with particular reference to the Bribery Act 2010.
This course may take up to 2 hours to be completed. However, actual study time differs as each learner uses their own training pace.
The course is offered fully online using a self-paced approach. The learning units consist of reading material. Learners may start, stop and resume their training at any time.
At the end of each session, participants take a Quiz to complete their learning unit and earn a Certificate of Completion upon completion of all units.
Accreditation and CPD Recognition
This programme has been developed by the London Governance and Compliance Academy (LGCA)
, a UK-recognised training institution.
The syllabus is verified by external subject matter experts and can be accredited by regulators and other bodies for 2 CPD Units
that approve education in financial regulation
, such as the FCA. The course may be also approved for CPD Units by institutions which approve general financial training, such as the CISI.
Eligibility criteria and CPD Units are verified directly by your association, regulator or other bodies which you hold membership.
Registration and Access
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