KRM22 launches latest risk management training courses

The courses address requirements from the Financial Conduct Authority that companies must provide their employees with certain training programmes

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The courses are being provided in partnership with Dutch online training firm Entrima

Risk management software provider KRM22 PLC (LON:KRM) has launched Market Abuse Centre online training programmes through its Global Risk Platform.

The MAC offers three training programmes: Senior Management and Certification Regime (SMCR), Market Abuse and Financial Crime.

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Companies are required by the Financial Conduct Authority to providing training to their employees every year, and the MAC programmes address these requirements.

The courses are being delivered through a revenue-share partnership with Dutch online training firm Entrima.

“The number of FCA regulations mandating that firms provide effective training to their staff is increasing, including the extended scope of SMCR, which affects a further 48,000 firms,” said KRM22 chief executive Keith Todd.

“We have launched the Market Abuse Centre's on-demand training programmes through our Global Risk Platform to provide an efficient and cost-effective way for firms to comply with the FCA requirements.”

Shares were unchanged at 81p on Tuesday morning.

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