Bank employees receive lessons in money laundering

| October 25, 2007 | 0 Comments

bbae-learning was launched by the British Bankers’ Association in October 2001 and since then has trained over 53,000 individuals. Its most popular packages include training on money laundering, the Banking Code and the Business Banking Code.

British Bankers’ Association online training is enabling bank staff to increase their skills to deal with issues such as money laundering and to follow the Banking Code.

Lessons in anti-money laundering is the most popular package on the bbae-learning website, relaunched this month. The site at offers training and examination services to organisations and teams.

Chief Executive Angela Knight CBE said training is how Britain maintains its position as the world’s financial centre. Repeatedly, business comes to Britain as a consequence of the excellence and expertise of the people who work in this country.

Ms Knight added that through bbae-learning, people can enhance their skills in some key areas. The financial world is changing constantly so bbae-learning provides the skills in order to keep our reputation for excellence.

Further packages on the relaunched site will include training on the Consumer Credit Act and tailored money laundering modules for corporate banking, investment banking and private banking and wealth management.

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