America and the United Kingdom – two great nations separated by one language. Except where regulators are concerned. On both sides of the Atlantic, Continuing Education means that you must attain competence and maintain competence – throughout your career in the financial services industry. Pass an initial exam and then keep current by completing some kind of on-going training or updating.
This has been high on the American regulator’s agenda since the mid-nineties. FSA in the UK gave it similar status in 2001.
Our CE modules have been put together to address specific areas of the American markets. They may be used as an integral part of individual’s CE program – whether required by American or UK regulators.