• Professional Bodies and Industry Associations

    There are a number of professional bodies and industry associations that provide support to their members to achieve continuous compliance in the areas of education, training, advocacy and access to resources

Professional Bodies and Industry Associations

ACAMS is the largest international membership organisation dedicated to enhancing the knowledge and expertise of financial crime detection and prevention professionals, from a wide range of industries, in both the public and private sectors.

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The Association of Certified Financial Crime Specialists was started by some of the top leaders in the financial crime prevention and detection community, who recognised the increased fiduciary responsibility on Boards, Senior Executives and Chief Compliance Officers.

In response, they began development of the Certified Financial Crime Specialist Program, of training, tools, assessments and certification. ACFCS is the first and only global leader providing training and education on all aspects of the prevention and detection of financial crime.

Through membership, live and online training, and the Certified Financial Crime Specialist (CFCS) credential, our goal is to deliver resources that enable better performance in financial crime compliance, investigations, regulation and enforcement for employees at every level of your organisation.

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The RegTech Association was founded in mid 2017 by a handful of regulatory technology entrepreneurs to further the collective objectives of raising the awareness about how technology can be applied in the audit, risk, compliance and other related domains.

Since forming, the RegTech Association has grown from 12 founding members to over 35 members and has served as an ideal platform to to break down the barriers between regulated entities, regulators, professional services firms and regulatory technology businesses and further the understanding about how technology innovation in these areas can drive up the levels of compliance and drive down the costs of compliance simultaneously.  To join click here.

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Established in 1996, the GRC Institute’s (GRCI) vision is to professionalise compliance. Our mission is to deliver exceptional education, resources and advocacy.

We provide leadership and advocacy on behalf of our members, with a strong focus on the development of their expertise in business governance practices that support the achievement of their organisation’s objectives.

With events held across Australia, Hong Kong and New Zealand, GRCI aims to unify and strengthen the above disciplines to provide a community in which individuals can come together to share ideas and mould their vision for the future.

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