Threesixty debuts interactive Consumer Duty e-learning course

Educational offerings targets regulated firms and starts from £25

Hope William-Smith
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Specialist compliance firm Threesixty is launching an e-learning course for regulated firms, focused on Consumer Duty.

The course - announced today (24 May) - has been developed in collaboration with development firm RealSense and provides online learning around the regulator's latest rules framework. Threesixty said it is "essential that relevant staff are appropriately trained on the conduct rules and how the rules may apply to their roles within their business". Chief executive Russell Facer said the one-hour course had been developed against the backdrop of high demand for dedicated Consumer Duty training but "little supply" of it. "In the first week since its release, we have already had more ...

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