AML- CFT compliance learning

Educate your teams against financial crime

Our self-paced AML (Anti-money laundering) online courses cover:
  • Financial crime and sanctions
  • National laws and regulations 
  • Due diligence, reporting suspicions, roles and responsibilities

Combat financial crime and money laundering with Thomson Reuters' Compliance Learning 

The purpose of this course is to analyze financial crime topics, including money laundering, terrorist financing, fraud, bribery, and corruption, allowing you to familiarize employees with the process of the criminal business. Financial crime online courses provide an insight into all the necessary laws to ensure employees understand their vital role in identifying and combating financial crime.

Plug & Play

Select courses, easily integrate into current learning programs and swiftly roll out training across teams


Meet exact specifications for any governance with basic, specialized, advanced course options at regional and global level


Keep training program current with new modules released in response to the latest regulatory and compliance changes

Audit ready

Quick response to queries from regulatory authorities with complete tracking, reporting and audit trails.

Customize selected courses or choose from over 400+ off-the-shelf compliance courses

*Most courses include a game-based version and are offered in dual language (English & Arabic)

Financial Crime (Middle East)

Laws and regulations of over seven different Middle East countries aimed at preventing financial crime

Anti-Money Laundering (AML)

Anti-Money Laundering (AML) training program applicable to Africa and the United Arab Emirates

Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption

Laws criminalizing bribery and corruption adapted to regional jurisdictions


These courses are suitable for all staff at all levels in the financial services industry.

Learning Objectives

  • Identify methods used to launder money and finance terrorism
  • Explain the importance of risk-based due-diligence procedures
  • Explain the purpose of financial sanctions and their implemention
  • Identify suspicious behaviour and know how to escalate concerns

Topics Include

Customer Due Diligence, Financial Sanctions, Your Role and Responsibilities, National Laws and Regulations, Reporting suspicions, Laws and Regulations  

Thomson Reuters CISI Accredited CPD Courses

The Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI) is a global professional body for those who work in the financial and investment industry. It aims to set standards of conduct and ethics for participants in the securities and investments industry, and to provide qualifications for such professionals. It is a global certification and can be leveraged Worldwide as each of Thomson Reuters accredited courses counts for 1 CPD hour. View a list of our accredited courses using the button below.

Take the risk out of business continuity and raise employee awareness of financial crime risks and regulations

Thomson Reuters Compliance Learning provides a practical, interactive and cost-effective compliance training solution. It employs instructional design techniques optimized for risk and compliance training, the courses contain practical examples and interactive scenarios and they are tailored to support business at a country, regional, and global level supported.

Thomson Reuters for Financial Crime and Anti Money Laundering Compliance Learning

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400+ customizable courses in 40+ languages

2500+ regulatory & legislative materials

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