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2019 AML Course Updates Added to Libraries

CU Training’s Canadian Anti-Money Laundering (AML) series of courses and exams have been updated and published to your libraries, as of January 1, 2019. We recommend that you preserve your credit union’s previous year’s training history, and create new schedules for the current year. For more information on annualizing compliance courses, CU Training is hosting […]

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New TLC Course – Drugs & Alcohol in the Workplace

As the recreational use of cannabis in Canada becomes legal on October 17, 2018, an important and timely course has been added to the TLC learning library. STANDARDS04: Drugs and Alcohol in the Workplace looks at the new Cannabis Act, discusses both the employee and employer’s responsibilities, the duty to accommodate, a smoke free environment, […]

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Updates to Courses in the TLC Learning Library

Several courses in CU Training’s TLC learning library have been updated. These include: REG08: FATCA and CRS – This course has been updated to reflect information that employees should be aware of regarding reporting requirements for accountholders who are residents or citizens of countries outside of Canada. STANDARDS03: Accessibility Standards – This course has been […]

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FINTRAC Alert and Collabria Updates to AML02: AML

For our Canadian TLC customers, additional updates have been made to the AML02: AML Basics course due to the FINTRAC operational alert issued January 21, 2018. The alert was issued for financial institutions to assist in the detection and prevention of money laundering related to the illegal trafficking of Fentanyl. The update includes enhanced suspicious […]

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AML 2018 Course Updates

For our Canadian clients, CU Training’s Anti-Money Laundering (AML) series of courses and exams have been updated and published to your libraries, as of January 1, 2018. We recommend that you preserve your credit union’s previous year’s training history, and create new schedules for the current year.

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