Canada’s financial services industry is among the strongest in the world, in part because of our country’s strong compliance and risk management standards.
Flag the Money
As a credit union employee, you are on the front line of efforts to stop money laundering and the financing of terrorist operations. We worked with Tamlo International Inc., anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing experts, to develop the award-winning program
Flag the Money, which consists of customized modules for employees, executives and directors:
Flag the Money 1: Building Your Knowledge
Flag the Money 2: Applying Your Knowledge *NEW*
Flag the Money for Executives
Flag the Money for Directors
Individual pricing. Individual courses are available for purchase at a cost of $30 for Corporate Members and $36 for Pay As You Go clients, per course. They can be purchased on the Learning Gateway.
Volume discounts are available. For more information, contact email@example.com.
Questions? The answer might be on our FAQ document.
Please note: To comply with FINTRAC guidelines, Flag the Money courses will be retired on December 31 of each year. They will be replaced with the following year's version. If you complete the course, it will remain on your transcript. If you do not complete the course, all progress will be lost.
We have also partnered with Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS) to provide Canadian credit unions with discounted pricing for certifications and conference rates.
For preferred pricing contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other Relevant Courses
Recommended for directors: Compliance Officer’s Presentation Package
Recommended for employees: Carl’s story (14 minute video)
In partnership with Vancity Credit Union, we have created a self-directed eLearning course, Your Role in Privacy and Information Security, designed to help equip your with information and tools to protect member s’ private information. For more information on this course, view this one-minute video clip.
Effective risk management is the cornerstone of any credit union. CCUA has purchased a national membership for the two online resources listed below. As a CCUA member you have full access to these resources, which will help to assess the level of risk when considering a new loan request and when conducting annual reviews.
This comprehensive online resource is available to all CCUA members, and provides commercial credit, risk, industry and analytical support information. Access to this program is free through the CCUA. Visit the RMA website for more information.
The Risk Management Portal provides you with access to both an active online community of Canadian credit union risk management professionals, as well as useful tools, resources, news, research report templates and event notifications.
As a credit union employee, you are in a position to identify the financial abuse of older adults. The eLearning course Financial Abuse of Older Adults: Recognize, Review and Respond, developed with Prevent Elder Abuse Manitoba (PEAM) and TAMLO, provides you with solutions, tools and resources to help credit union employees respond and manage these situation.
The course is taught through videos illustrating real-life situations. Watch the one-minute trailer video.
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