Master Degree in Compliance in Spain

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The benefits of a Masters extend beyond improving your earning potential. They can provide you with personal and professional skills to accelerate your development. They are also an opportunity to differentiate yourself from your peers, many of whom will have similar A-level and undergraduate qualifications.

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Master in Compliance

IMF Business School
Online Part time Open Enrollment Spain Madrid

This Master is aimed at both university graduates and professionals who wish to be trained in the regulatory compliance sector, and who wish to work as a Compliance Officer, a profile highly demanded by companies. [+]

Price: 9,400 euros 65% scholarship - 2,730 eurosFinancing without interest up to 12 months. Discount for cash payment.Duration: 60 ECTSMethodology: OnlineQualification obtained: Master's degree from Camilo José Cela University and Master's degree from IMF Business SchoolJob and Internship ExchangeREQUIREMENTS:

University degree or equivalent professional experience

PRESENTATION:

The current technological revolution has caused companies to know the new legal framework they face in relation to the criminal responsibility of legal persons. For this reason, IMF Business School and Camilo José Cela University launch the new Master in Complience, whose objective is to fully train professionals who wish to become ComplianceOfficers.... [-]


Master in Compliance

EAE Business School
Campus Full time 12 months October 2019 Spain Madrid

The Master in Compliance of EAE Business School is designed to train compliance experts, responding to an increasingly important demand of this type of professionals who are among the most sought after in the market, between 2008 and 2018. It calculates that the demand of these professionals has tripled globally. [+]

The recent international financial crisis has revealed the existence of regulatory deficiencies and the control and supervision systems of many companies that have weighed the resilience of important sectors of activity in an unfavorable economic environment, causing risks for the stability of the global economic system . In order to respond to this phenomenon, the institutions of international financial governance have deployed a tedious normative activity that affects regulatory compliance mechanisms, their practical application modalities and their importance when exempting criminal responsibility in which companies may incur.

The classic financial sector, together with the advancement in new areas of business innovation, such as the so-called "start-ups" or "finTechs", raises great business opportunities in scenarios where deregulation is frequently the usual pattern that represents, in turn, a risk to the stability of the system when the appropriate control mechanisms are not put in place.... [-]