Diploma in Fintech Risk & Compliance (Diploma in Fintech Risk & Compliance)

Professional Accountancy Training (TBC)
Key Programme Details
Award

Diploma in Fintech Risk & Compliance

NFQ Level

Level 7 About NFQ

Delivery Method

Online

Mode

Part Time

ECTS Credits

40

General Information
Contact

Ieva Kajeniene

Email

ieva@pat.edu.eu

Phone

+353877095982

Address

Wicklow House, 84–88 South Great George’s Street, Dublin 2

Important Dates
Application Deadline

24/09/2021

Start Date

27/09/2021

End Date

30/09/2022

About this Course

This course was developed in partnership with the Fintech Expert Group of the ACOI (The Association of Compliance Officers Ireland), and a wide range for industry practitioners, to address the challenges of the changing nature of the risk and compliance function in an increasingly digitised operating environment.

This course offers the dual accreditation - the accreditation is both a Minor Award (from Technological University Dublin) at Level 7 on the NFQ, and a professional designation from the Association of Compliance Officers in Ireland (ACOI).

The evolution of technologically driven innovation in financial services (Fintech) presents new challenges for the contemporary compliance function.
This course will provides students/graduates 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.

The course syllabi addresses the challenges facing the compliance function in a technologically innovative environment over the coming years.

The learning outcomes of the course address:
- the cultural and technological drivers of a Fintech business model from traditional financial service providers,
- the management and mitigation of technological risks from a compliance and regulatory perspective within, the broad Irish (EU) Fintech ecosystem,
- the specific compliance and regulatory risks associated with Fintech service providers,
- identify current and evolving areas of EU & National Competent Authorities legislative and regulatory focus, and distinguish between regulated and non-regulated Fintech services,
- vendor evaluation to create, implement, and monitor a risk-based approach to compliance,
- the data and cyber security risks associated with operating with multiple service providers,
- the potential of RegTech solutions within the evolving compliance and regulatory ecosystem,
- the key strategic factors, and formulate a scalable risk and compliance strategy in an evolving Fintech environment.

Entry Requirements

This programme is aimed at learners with a Level 6 award who wish to specialise in the field of risk and compliance with a view to entering the financial services industry, or those with a Level 6 award who are working in Financial Services and who require a qualification in the area in order to progress professionally.

As this is an inter-disciplinary qualification it is open to individuals with a background in business, finance or technology.

Long Description

This course was developed in partnership with the Fintech Expert Group of the ACOI (The Association of Compliance Officers Ireland), and a wide range for industry practitioners, to address the challenges of the changing nature of the risk and compliance function in an increasingly digitised operating environment.

This course offers the dual accreditation - the accreditation is both a Minor Award (from Technological University Dublin) at Level 7 on the NFQ, and a professional designation from the Association of Compliance Officers in Ireland (ACOI).

The evolution of technologically driven innovation in financial services (Fintech) presents new challenges for the contemporary compliance function.
This course will provides students/graduates 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.

The course syllabi addresses the challenges facing the compliance function in a technologically innovative environment over the coming years.

The learning outcomes of the course address:
- the cultural and technological drivers of a Fintech business model from traditional financial service providers,
- the management and mitigation of technological risks from a compliance and regulatory perspective within, the broad Irish (EU) Fintech ecosystem,
- the specific compliance and regulatory risks associated with Fintech service providers,
- identify current and evolving areas of EU & National Competent Authorities legislative and regulatory focus, and distinguish between regulated and non-regulated Fintech services,
- vendor evaluation to create, implement, and monitor a risk-based approach to compliance,
- the data and cyber security risks associated with operating with multiple service providers,
- the potential of RegTech solutions within the evolving compliance and regulatory ecosystem,
- the key strategic factors, and formulate a scalable risk and compliance strategy in an evolving Fintech environment.

Delivery Notes

Online

Admissions Contact Details
Contact Person

Ieva Kajeniene

Phone

+353877095982

Email

admissions@pat.edu.eu