We have proudly partnered with the following organisations to fulfil our objective of delivering workable solutions to improve our client’s capability:
The International Compliance Association (ICA) is the leading professional body for the global regulatory and financial crime compliance community. They have enhanced the knowledge, skills and behaviour of over 130,000 professionals in 152 countries either through their internationally recognised portfolio of professional qualifications (awarded in association with Alliance Manchester Business School, the University of Manchester) or through accredited in-company training.
Murray Waldren are proud to have partnered with the ICA to deliver professional, certificated qualifications in AML, Governance and Financial Crime Prevention throughout the Australia, New Zealand and Pacific regions.
The Australian Financial Markets Association (AFMA) are the leading industry association promoting efficiency, integrity and professionalism in Australia's financial markets – including the capital, credit, derivatives, foreign exchange and other specialist markets. AFMA is also a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) and the nationally recognised FNS80115 Graduate Diploma of Anti-Money Laundering and Counter Terrorism Financing.
Murray Waldren are long standing members of AFMA’s Education Advisory Committee who ensure that all learning and assessment materials are current, meet the needs of Australian financial markets, and are consistent with industry processes, practices and expectations, as well as regulatory, technical and other developments in the markets.
The RegTech Association (RTA) was founded in 2017 as a non-profit organisation that focuses on what is needed to support the growth of the sector and to accelerate RegTech adoption. The association brings together government, regulators, regulated entities, professional services and founder-led RegTech companies to ensure collaboration between all of the parties, promoting the RegTech industry as widely as possible, resulting in action in the uptake of RegTech proof of concepts and deployed RegTech solutions across the eco-system.
Murray Waldren formally joined the association in 2019 and provide ongoing assistance by way of SME at financial crime compliance related events, member specific offers and support for collaboration initiatives.
The Australian Digital Commerce Association (ADCA) is the industry body that represents Australian businesses and other organisations participating in the digital economy through blockchain technology. ADCA is committed to best-practice for the understanding and management of AML/CTF risks impacting digital currency and digital token exchanges and their customers.
Murray Waldren are proud associates of ADCA and currently serve as a member of the AML/CTF Committee, responsible for guiding ADCA’s strategy and activity in this area. We aim to facilitate AML/CTF best practice exchange among ADCA members and support consumer education initiatives of the association.
Founded in 2013, Arctic Intelligence is a RegTech business that enables audit, risk and compliance ‘as-a-service’ through enabling technology that allows companies regardless of their size, sector or geographic location to better manage their compliance obligations related to anti-money laundering, bribery, fraud and cyber risks. They work with many professional advisers who utilise their technology when servicing their clients.
Murray Waldren utilise the Anti-Money Laundering Health Check, an online platform dedicated to controls assurance to provide a structured framework for conducting independent reviews that assess the design and operational effectiveness of AML/CTF programs.