We provide specialist e-learning for the financial sector and other industries and professions which are required to take action to counter money laundering and to prevent terrorist financing.

We have produced training, face to face and e-learning, since the mid-1990s and we really, really know our stuff.

More than that, we explain it in ways that help law and regulation make sense.

We are part of The Anti Money Laundering Network which has provided high-level consultancy to financial institutions and other industries and professions since 1994. Our e-learning platform, Quick To Learn More, was developed in a unique tri-modular design and first published in 2002. It is a sister product to World Money Laundering Report and WhiteCollarCrimeCaseStudies.com and shares its research base with those publications. Customers of Anti-Money Laundering Training receive a site licence to the Financial Crime Group of publications at PleaseBeInformed.com, which includes, amongst other publications, World Money Laundering Report, The Financial Crime Risk Officer and White Collar Crime Case Studies.

We are also closely related to our sister company, The Financial Crime Forum, which presents high-level seminars.

Our e-learning platform takes users from beginner to intermediate levels through a foundation course, a country-specific legislation and regulation module and modules for individual market segments. Users can be assigned to multiple jurisdictions and market segments and we can produce tailored modules relating to your company's code of conduct and policies and procedures. For three modules, training takes approximately three hours - this is not a tick-box exercise - and each module has a test which has an 80% pass mark. Full training records are produced for production to regulators and for internal reporting.

For more advanced users, in-house face to face seminars are available via our founder, Nigel Morris-Cotterill at www.countermoneylaundering.com

Quick To Learn More accepts subscriptions for a minimum of one hundred users. For more information, please see www.quicktolearnmore.com.