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Compliance Management and Employee Training

Saarbrücken (GER), August 2012 - In view of the ever-increasing number of topics and laws, compliance measures require a clearly defined development strategy. In the new Whitepaper entitled "Managing Compliance: Get the Best out of Your LMS", IMC AG, in collaboration with ComCor Compliance Solutions GmbH & Co. KG, provides an in-depth explanation of the background and details regarding compliance training sessions, presents two practical examples, and proposes solutions.

Combating money laundering, preventing corruption, anti-trust law, occupational health and safety, data protection, and hygiene regulations - In the business world, there are numerous areas in which employees are obliged to receive training and increase their knowledge. It's not just about complying with legislation; it's also about the company's public reputation and internal value management.

First of all, the general section of the new Whitepaper from IMC AG and ComCor Compliance Solutions GmbH & Co. KG. explains the requirements in terms of compliance training in two case studies. One describes how a financial-services provider is dealing with the challenges and legislative framework surrounding "cross-border banking", meaning banking transactions between service providers in different countries. The second illustrates how an insurance-services provider is competently dealing with the topic of "combating money laundering".

These two examples from practice illuminate how concrete details and situations individually influence the nature and scope of compliance training. It's all about having a system that reliably supports all processes so that the training measures can be implemented properly and in accordance with legislation.

With the help of a learning-management system, it is possible to allocate the relevant compliance measures in a target-group-oriented way (nomination); to monitor learning progress (tracking); to automatically send reminders in different stages to employees regarding training that is required by law and which has not been completed (chasing); and to prepare documentation regarding the measures in compliance with the law (reporting).