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Eukleia Launches Financial Crime Courses Tailored for the North America Market

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Eukleia’s new North America-focused courses are aimed at firms wanting to reduce the rising impact of financial crime.


Eukleia, a global specialist in Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) training solutions, has launched a new range of financial crime courses, specifically tailored to the North American market.

The topics, available as off-the-shelf course solutions, include anti-money laundering, sanctions, anti-bribery and corruption, fraud awareness, preventing and detecting tax evasion, as well as Financial Crime Essentials, a round-up of all key information from the courses.

The courses, which are available to trial at no cost, use engaging visuals and bite-sized chunks of information to appeal to busy employees. The courses are around 20-25 minutes in length and include case studies and/or scenarios of real-world examples and knowledge assessment as standard. They are also SCORM 1.2 compatible and designed using the gomo Authoring tool to be fully responsive and accessible on all devices.

“While the true cost of financial crime is hard to calculate, conservative estimates indicate this type of crime cost companies in North America around USD$319 billion in 2017/2018, and that doesn’t include the human misery and suffering caused by the crimes that underlie financial crime,” said Eukleia’s Senior Vice President, Scott McCleskey. “We know that employees are an organization’s first line of defense when it comes to financial crime, which is why Eukleia’s new courses aim to help firms combat this very real threat with training that increases awareness of the problem and encourages employee behavior change.”

In addition to the financial crime course library, Eukleia plans to release in-depth courses on Trade-Based Money Laundering, Financial Crime in Correspondent Banking, and other important topics for the North American market later in the year.

For more information, get in touch on, and to request a course trial, find the course in the Financial Crime - North America course library.