Financial Crimes Compliance, Certificate

Location
  • Online
Associated College

Build a Crucial Skill Set

Given that the majority of companies surveyed by PwC reported financial crimes, it is critically important that regulatory compliance professionals possess the requisite skill set necessary to succeed and lead their firms within this challenging environment. That’s where you come in.

Get Certified Online

  • This certificate addresses critical facets of compliance for financial crimes
  • Hone a skill set required for regulatory compliance professionals
  • Fully supportive online study allows you to get certified at your own pace

Add Opportunities and Experiences

The certificate program consists of approximately 20 hours of video content featuring Professor Bob Chersi, an accomplished corporate financial and risk executive. Each online video contains presentation materials accompanying the lecture. After viewing the videos, an online certification examination is provided. Professor Chersi is available electronically for guidance and to answer questions. Certification is earned after watching the videos and passing the certification examination. Participants are asked to complete the self-study within three months of registration.

Contact Brian Pew at ccrp@pace.edu if you have any questions about registration, if your employer will be paying Pace directly for your tuition, or if you will be applying for a private student loan.

Choose Your Career

Career Options

  • Financial Crime Analyst
  • Financial Crime Compliance Analyst
  • Financial Crimes Specialist
  • Government Regulator
  • Internal Auditor
  • Management Consultant
  • Regulatory Compliance Professional
  • Risk Management Specialist

Stats

86%

of data breaches in 2020 were financially motivated (Source: Verizon 2020 Data Breach Investigations Report)

56%

of companies surveyed experienced fraud in 2019–2020 (Source: PwC)

2.3 million

suspicious activity reports were filed by financial institutions in 2019 (Source: US Financial Crimes Enforcement Network)