JDXers approach the end of ICA and ACAMS qualifications

    December 21, 2020

    Thank you and well done to our 2020 ACAMS and ICA cohorts for their hard work as they approach the end of their qualifications.

    Increasing regulatory complexity means that now, more than ever, our clients require an agile, practitioner-led, dependable partner to help address imminent enterprise-wide regulatory deadlines. The increasing raft of regulatory hurdles facing the end-to-end client journey – including anti-money laundering, KYC, tax and data privacy – has significantly increased the cost of compliance. By upskilling our staff with the qualifications needed, we are able to implement a flexible resourcing strategy leveraging our skilled resources as part of our integrated approach.

    Gaby Bolton, Head of Client Lifecycle Management said: “I am proud to be part of a company that continues to invest in its talent pool. By sponsoring our staff to attain globally recognised, gold standard qualifications in KYC and AML we empower them to support our clients to more effectively safeguard against financial and reputational damage as a result of financial crime.”

    Well done to our JDXers who have completed their qualifications so far. We look forward to congratulating you all in due course!

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