Learning

As of 1 January 2020, Charco & Dique will start its own training institute. Under the name the Ministry of Compliance, a variety of trainings will be provided. Initially only online, but in the long term also through lectures and workshops.

Excellence is not a skill, it's an attitude

The Ministry of Compliance is here for financial organizations and professionals who want to stay up to date with the latest developments in their field. The Ministry provides both DSI accredited programs and other trainings in the field of compliance and risk management. Our trainings are in line with your daily practice, consisting of up-to-date teaching material offered in an attractive online learning environment. After all, learning should be fun. Even when it’s compulsory.

Why the Ministry of Compliance?

With its new generation of FinTech tools, Charco & Dique provides you with a clear overview and insight in all the legislations and regulations applicable to your situation. On top of that, we regularly offer trainings in which we focus on the implementation of these specific legislations and regulations. In The Ministry of Compliance, this knowledge of laws and regulations is complemented with the practical expertise of (external) experts. This way, we create trainings that are relevant to its participants.

For financial enterprises, it is possible to focus on your daily practice, by incorporating company specific content.

Who is the Ministry of Compliance for?

The Ministry of Compliance focuses on employees of financial enterprises. DSI certified professionals can keep their certification up to date with our trainings. If you are subject to MiFID – the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive – but are not certified by DSI, we can help you stay informed about the latest developments in your field.

Extended offering in 2020

In 2020, the offering of The Ministry of Compliance will be extended. Among others with Privacy (GDPR) related trainings and trainings in the field of Wwft (Anti-Money Laundering and Anti-Terrorist Financing Act). These trainings are a good match with everyday practice, and are based on cases financial institutions encounter on a daily basis. Here too, the focus lies on obligatory subjects, since you are required by the legislator to be knowledgeable on these subjects. This way, The Ministry of Compliance can offer clear added value.

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For more information, please visit The Ministry of Compliance.