NetDimensions recently announced that Thomson Reuters Compliance Learning solutions will be made available through NetDimensions Learning, the company's award-winning learning management system.
"We are delighted to be working with NetDimensions to have our Compliance Learning courses delivered to a broader client base through their Learning Management System," said Marika Vilen, Global Head of Partnerships at Thomson Reuters. "This collaboration helps ensure that our mutual clients will be better able to better manage regional and global business risk in an ever-changing regulatory environment."
Thomson Reuters Compliance Learning courses will enable NetDimensions' clients to mitigate risk by evolving beyond a "tick the box" compliance training mindset and breaking the mold of a one-size-fits-all approach through role-based training modules. Available in over 40 languages, selected courses are also tailored to support the business at a country, regional and global level.
Thomson Reuters Compliance Learning solutions include:
- Compliance Training Suite for Asia Pacific - designed specifically to meet the compliance needs of organizations in Asia Pacific with courses continually updated in response to the latest regulatory and legislative changes to ensure that businesses are protected against compliance breaches
- Conduct Risk Learning Suite - role-based courses that enable users to truly understand their personal responsibility to follow the firm's policies, act ethically and make appropriate choices when carrying out the firm's business activities
"Our course content is powered by our industry leading Regulatory Intelligence group which tracks over 500 regulators, authorities and exchanges globally, including 130 in the Asia Pacific region, to ensure our courses reflect the latest compliance requirements," added Marika.
"We are very excited to work with Thomson Reuters, especially in the Asia Pacific region," noted Steve Young, NetDimensions' General Manager for Asia Pacific. "Delivered via NetDimensions Learning, Thomson Reuters compliance courses can be quickly implemented to empower an organization's ongoing compliance and risk program."