Demonstrate a significant commitment to KYC/CDD compliance in a world of increasingly complex laws, regulations, and policies.
Overview & Benefits
CKYCA is the first ACAMS certification created for teams responsible for onboarding clients, conducting periodic reviews and updating customer profiles, as well as those who supervise them.
This brand new exam-based certification equips organizations with a means to ensure their front line and operations teams meet the core competencies involved with Know Your Customer (KYC) and Customer Due Diligence (CDD) activities. CKYCA can set organizations apart by certifying their workforce based on a new global benchmark developed by the association that created CKYCA, the gold standard in anti-money laundering compliance.
Who should apply
CKYCA is for early career professionals who wish to or are working in KYC/CDD roles, as well as for people who supervise them. When combined with six to twelve months of experience, CKYCA professionals should be able to perform fundamental enhanced due diligence activities with minimal supervision, and appropriately escalate the highest risk cases. Some of the roles appropriate for CKYCA are:
- KYC Analyst
- KYC/CDD Analyst
- KYC Onboarding Analyst
- KYC Representative
- KYC Team Lead
- Client/Customer Onboarding Analyst
- Client/Customer Onboarding Specialist
- AML Prevention Representative
Currently, ACAMS offers the CKYCA exam in English. Plans exist to translate CKYCA into French and Spanish in 2020. Additional languages will follow.
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