Professional Certificate in Fintech Risk & Compliance (ACOI) at PAT Fintech

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PAT Fintech is offering a Professional Certificate in Fintech Risk & Compliance (ACOI) with a start date of October 27th 2021.

The course ­­will provide learners with the knowledge, skills, and competencies necessary to execute and scale risk and compliance functions in an environment of increasing partnerships in the Financial Services sector.

Specifically focused on the Financial Services Industry, the course syllabi addresses the challenges facing the compliance function in a technologically innovative environment over the coming years.

The course delivers the core knowledge, skills, and competencies required to work in both a FinTech environment and an increasingly digitised compliance function.

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Start Date: October 27th 2021

PAT Fintech is committed to innovative design and delivery of contemporary programmes that quantifiably provide participants with the knowledge, skills, and competencies applicable to the real-world workplace environment.

Underpinned by a state of the art learning platform, with the core syllabi developed with industry professionals, the PAT Fintech programmes will offer an innovative/interactive learning experience that optimises engagement with the programmes participants.

Professional Certificate in Fintech Risk & Compliance (ACOI) at PAT Fintech

Aims & Objectives

  1. On the successful completion of this unit learners will be able to:
  2. Differentiate the technologically enabled business models of Fintech’s versus traditional financial service providers.
  3. Understand the structure of the International, European, and Irish regulatory environment from a Fintech perspective.
  4. Appraise the authorisation models for Fintech credit, payment, and electronic money institutions.
  5. Analyse from an operational perspective the AML/CFT compliance and regulatory reporting risks in a Fintech operating environment.
  6. Assess the compliance risks associated with date protection and the ethical use of personal data in a Fintech data driven operating model.
  7. Identify the contemporary compliance risks in the safeguarding arrangements of payment and electronic money institutions.
  8. Evaluate the regulatory focus upon compliance risks related to outsourcing of critical services by financial service providers.
  9. Demonstrate an awareness of fitness, probity, conduct, and authorisation risks in an evolving Fintech environment.


Steven Galvin

Higher Diploma in Arts in Drama Education
Secondary School Essay-writing Competition at UL


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