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Sunday, April 05, 2020

Inhouse Training

We regularly provide the in-house training function for firms on subjects such as Data Protection Principles and How to Conduct an Audit or on more specialist subjects such as Anti-Money Laundering or Solvency II. Whatever you need, we are here to help.

Details on our full range of courses can be found at our parent website - www.complianceireland.com

All topics on which we train at public courses can be tailored to the needs of your business ensuring that your staff receive comprehensive and practical training on the way regulations and requirements impact your business!

Benefits of In-House Training

Compliance Ireland has spent the past 6 years developing and delivering training to financial and non-financial companies similar to yours. The benefit of in-house training is customisation:

  • tailored to your business needs
  • delivered at the site of your choice
  • cost and time effective
  • access to the latest technical information relevant to you
  • personalised service.

In-house courses can also provide a more cost effective solution for companies wishing to send 5 or more attendees to a specific course. In-house training can be designed to focus on the issues critical to your business. Your time will not be wasted on topics that have no relevance to your business. The focus is on you and your organisation.

All courses written and delivered in-house are designed to the client's exacting requirements. In addition to variations on the above topics, we are commissioned to write and deliver bespoke courses for Irish, UK and Middle-Eastern firms on subjects such as corporate governance and risk management.

This service also covers briefings for boards of directors and senior executives - e.g. working lunch briefings on 'hot topics'.

We are also frequently asked to provide training on the topics below, which also make-up part of the range of public courses we provide. Go to our training website: www.complianceireland.com for more information.

  • Anti-Money Laundering & Counter-Terrorist Financing
  • Central Bank Inspections & Enforcement
  • Code of Conduct for Mortgage Arrears
  • Complaints Handling & Treating Customers Fairly (Consumer Protection Code)
  • Consumer Protection Code
  • Data Protection & How to Conduct a Data Protection Audit
  • Directors Duties and Corporate Governance for Regulated Financial Institutions
  • Funds in Ireland
  • Introduction to Financial Services Regulation
  • Risk-Based Compliance Monitoring for Financial Institutions
  • Role of the Compliance Officer
  • Understanding MiFID
  • Understanding Solvency II

Contact us:

To discuss your requirements and/or book a date for training, please contact us on 01 425 5962 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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