Anti-Money Laundering training to build ethical teams

Ethena’s effective and engaging anti-money laundering (AML) training covers all of the need-to-know essentials, including key term definitions, an overview of the legal landscape (from the Bank Secrecy Act to the AML Act of 2020 and beyond), and tips for identifying common red flags. Learners will come away with a greater understanding of their personal liability, and feel more equipped to spot and report suspicious activity that will help protect you from risk.

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Topics Covered:

What is AML

Types of Financial Crime

Financial Institutions

Money Service Businesses (MSB)

3 Stages of Money Laundering

5 Pillars of Healthy AML Compliance

Bank Secrecy Act

The Money Laundering Control Act of 1986

US PATRIOT ACT
The AML Act of 2020

​Corporate Transparency Act (CTA)

Regulatory and Enforcement Agencies
Know Your Customer

Customer Information Program (CIP)

Customer Due Diligence (CDD)

Enhanced Due Diligence (EDD)

Transaction Monitoring and Reporting

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Looking for Anti-Money Laundering training that’s modern and cringe free?

Training that actually works

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Easy onboarding

Onboard your team quickly with a CSV or keep learner data updated in near real-time with HRIS integrations. Partner with a dedicated CSM to help you along the way.

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Compelling content

Smart, engaging course content that never goes out-of-style. Includes current events - designed with the modern learner in mind.

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Measuring impact

Track who is behind on training at a glance, capture learner feedback, and analyze changes in learner behavior to identify knowledge gaps you can act on.

Anti-Money Laundering: a niche subject, no more

There once was a time when AML training was a topic meant solely for bankers and financial professionals to be familiar with. But times have changed!  Our course is designed for all tech companies who want learners to gain a basic understanding of how to spot and report money laundering to protect both themselves and their companies from risk.

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