Certified Compliance Professional
There is now, more than ever before, the need for a well-recognized, comprehensive and integrative compliance credential. Several institutions are facing an increased regulatory burden arising from the high pace of regulatory changes.
The regulatory compliance market requires a significant set of skills. Existing certifications simply do not offer significant depth in their programs to allow for sufficient knowledge to make the desired impact in the workplace.
The CCP certificate provides growth opportunities and will position the holder as a leader in the compliance community. It will also provide an edge in a very competitive job market.
Our CCP designation sends a clear message that you have the skill set necessary to practice your profession. Passing the examination will demonstrate your mastery of the subject and will help you excel in your current position and become more productive and valuable.
The program will enhance your current knowledge and demonstrate to your employer that you understand how to stay ahead in your career and how to take responsibility for your own professional development.
Introduction to Compliance & Global Regulations
- Overview of the global regulatory environment
- Models of Regulatory and Compliance development
- The role of the regulators
- What do the Regulators expect?
- ISO 19600: Compliance Management Systems
- Using regulatory and compliance toolkits
- What is corporate compliance?
- Enterprise wide risk and compliance program.
- Who is responsible for managing it?
- What are the benefits of its introduction?
- Fostering a culture of accountability
- Conflicts of interest.
The Regulatory Environment and the Role of Regulators
- Regulatory drivers
- A variety of legal obligations and due diligence
- International responses to the problems of money laundering, economic crime, cyber-sabotage and terrorism
- Non-compliance and its ramifications
- Case Studies
Compliance and the Role of Corporate Governance
- What is governance?
- The corporate constitution and governance structures
- Duties and responsibilities of directors
- Protection of stakeholder interests
Compliance and Business Ethics
- What is ethics?
- Ethics and corporate accountability: Sarbanes-Oxley
- Benefits of a commitment to sound business ethics
- Corporate ethics guidelines
Developing a Corporate Compliance Program
- Code of conduct
- Policies and procedures
- Best practice principles
- Monitoring and auditing
- Implementation of Corporate Compliance
- Implementation requirements
- Case studies
The Corporate Compliance Function
- The location of the compliance function
- Integration or independence of the compliance function
- An optimal compliance architecture
- The Compliance Officer
- The role of the internal auditors.
- The role of the external auditors.
The role of the Board of Directors.
Key issues in Compliance: Money Laundering
- What is Money Laundering?
- Definitions and Examples
- Is AML compliance different from regular compliance?
- Understanding the different requirements
- Financial Action Task Force (FATF) • US Patriot Act • Treasury/ Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC)
Who should apply?
- Directors in both public and private sector
- Regulatory Compliance Professionals
- Risk Managers