Fintelekt is delighted to announce its accreditation as Institutional Training Provider (ITP) with both, the Anti-Money Laundering Council of the Philippines (AMLC) and the Philippines Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR), which we believe is a significant milestone for us not only to commemorate our past capacity building efforts, but also to signify the increasingly higher expectations from the regulators to work with them as partners to continue making a positive impact on the AML compliance effectiveness of covered persons.
Fintelekt started its operations in the Philippines in 2018 and has since been engaged in delivering top-notch training to covered persons as well as government agencies in the Philippines through summits, webinars and workshops focused on Anti-Money Laundering and Counter Terrorism Financing (AML/CTF). In this ever-evolving financial crime landscape, especially through the pandemic, Fintelekt’s focus has been on providing practical tools and insights to AML professionals through imparting global knowledge and best practices.
The accreditation as an Institutional Training Provider (ITP) will enable covered persons under the AMLC as well as PAGCOR to fulfill their continuing professional development (CPD) and mandatory continuing legal education (MCLE) obligations by undergoing training and certification programmes provided by Fintelekt.
“This is a really exciting time for Fintelekt. I believe we are in a position to add tremendous value through our network of global trainers and our curated and relevant training programmes. We are a much-loved brand in the Philippines and we hope to continue to receive the support of the AML compliance community, in our bid to help strengthen the AML/CFT regime in the country.”Shirish Pathak, Managing Director, Fintelekt Advisory Services
In the coming year, Fintelekt will work to strengthen the commitment to delivering high-quality training workshops and institutional training programs across different categories of covered persons in the Philippines. This includes not just banks and financial institutions, but also Designated Non-Financial Businesses and Professions (DNFBPs), casinos and online gaming companies.
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