IMTC COMPLIANCE CERTIFICATION COURSES
STANDARD & ADVANCED
MONEY TRANSFER SYSTEMS COURSE
Remittances & Blockchains
Attend these one-day intensive and highly practical Money Transmitter Compliance Certification Courses to obtain the knowledge required to understand, plan, develop and manage US and international compliance programs of Non-Bank Financial Institutions (Payment Institutions/Money Service Businesses). Both the Standard and the Advanced Courses are modified according to the country/region that is presented to account for local differences and perspectives
Attend this one-day intensive course to understand the international money transfer & payments industry, the volumes, corridors, pricing tendencies, channels trends, market leaders, complimentary services, etc.
Attend this one-day engaging forum to discuss, network, share and understand the significant changes that fintech and the blockchain revolution is bringing to the money transfer industry.
The Pre-Conference International Money Transfer & Payments Compliance Certification Course has been developed for IMTC by Connie Fenchel, subject matter expert, consultant and trainer, with years of experience in the Law Enforcement, Regulatory and Business world. Build important technical skills and strategies to manage industry requirements while enhancing the knowledge and necessary awareness to handle the challenges that AML/CTF/Fraud compliance presents to Financial Services Institutions (Payment Institutions/Foreign Exchange Brokers/Money Service Businesses/Money Transmitters).
The Money Transfer Systems Certification Course has been developed by Salvador Velazquez and Hugo Cuevas-Mohr, partners at Mohr World Consulting and experts in the field. Other experts are always invited to share different aspects of the industry and share trends and tendencies in the marketplace.
The MTBIT Forum has been developed to provide a meeting ground for remittance start-ups who are using the blockchain to move money internationally, looking for ways to drive client adoption by remittance senders by taking advantage of the qualities of blockchains such as bitcoin, as a settlement tool as well as an information channel.