Fit for FinSA
In light of the introduction of FinSA and FinIA, financial service providers and their employees face new challenges. Targeted profiling and categorisation of clients, advice appropriate to the specific situation and comprehensive documentation are core requirements demanded by the legislator.
The modular, interactive e-learning suite „Fit for FinSA“ from Fintelligence and IMC prepares your client advisors and other employees for the increasing regulatory requirements. Simulation tests and a final self test will certify the learning success. The e-learning suite „Fit for FinSA“ is recognised by SAQ as a recertification measure within the scope of client advisor certification at banks.
Your client advisors and other employees are introduced to the extended regulatory requirements in an intuitive, effective and targeted manner.
The modular structure enables learning on the job and takes the different know-how levels of the employees into account. The modules are attractively designed and include manifold inter-actions, examples and client scenarios. Participants learn independently of time and place.
Online tests ensure that participants have understood and internalized the content.
The product landscape and internal instructions of your bank may be incorporated into the modules. Further adaptations to your specific circumstances are possible.
Modular, multimedia e-learning with simulation and final self test.
Available in German, French, Italian and English.
Attractively structured with diverse interactions, case studies, scenarios and links.
Meaningful learning progress checks for the participant and reliable reporting for the bank.
Ready for IMC‘s Learning Management System and other Learning Management Systems. The modules can be run on PCs, tablets and smartphones.
Aim, purpose and applicability of FinSA
Client segmentation and profiling (incl. opting-in and opting-out)
Appropriateness and suitability test
Obligations to inform the client (ex-ante, ex-post)
Accountability, logging and record-keeping obligations
Comparisons to MIFID II
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