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March |  2018


We don’t want you to miss out on what's new with ACFCS! That's why we're excited to share our monthly eNewsletter with you, ACFCS Access. The newsletter provides timely and informative financial crime news, training discounts, details on ACFCS events and more.

AML 360

ACFCS Releases AML 360 | Going Beyond the Basics

We are continually working to improve and offer more training and professional development opportunities for you. We are pleased to launch our new AML 360 training product, an extensive online training course built for the new realities of financial crime. The money laundering field has changed dramatically in recent years, and your training should too. >Learn More

CFCS 2.0 | Sale & Updates

A team of experts has worked to strengthen the CFCS examination and prep materials. The exam has undergone its most extensive revision, and all prep materials have been modernized to cover current issues like beneficial ownership, cryptocurrencies and more. Learn more about the CFCS 2.0 exam and prep material changes. Register for our CFCS Certification Package today, and receive over 25% off! >Learn More

CFCS Cert Sale

Training Webinar: Navigating the Wild World of Cryptocurrencies

Join us Wednesday, April 4 at 1 PM ET for a training webinar. Free for members, and $15 for non-members. 

This Quick Tips Webinar will explore the current state of play in the cryptocurrency space, including the regulatory regimes around the world that govern these new systems. >Register Today

Elder Abuse News Spotlight

Their population are the most vulnerable to financial exploitation. In this Spotlight, we highlight some recent actions to counter the rising financial exploitation of the country’s older population. This includes an historic, coordinated sweep by federal authorities arresting hundreds of individuals who allegedly defrauded victims, new securities rules to protect seniors from predatory scammers and a government watchdog noting a rise in phishing attempts targeting elders. >Full Story

acfcs elder abuse spotlight