Equiniti Riskfactor is pleased to announce the launch of a new interactive training course on receivables finance, working with On Business Training, a specialist provider of financial services training, in its first educational partnership.
The training for the EQ Riskfactor Academy will be delivered through an online platform, allowing users access from any device and at any time. Learning will also be embedded through face-to-face courses. Qualifications on offer will range from entry level to advanced diplomas, with integrated digital assessments throughout.
The syllabus, which features topics on due diligence and detecting fraud among others, has been produced by lecturers in financial services from higher education, and includes in-depth case studies and real-world scenarios.
The high-quality course positions Equiniti Riskfactor as the ‘go to’ provider of specialist training in receivables finance, and reinforces its market leading knowledge and industry expertise.
In the UK over 90% of the receivables finance market use Equiniti Riskfactor’s leading application (EQ Riskfactor) and the business is the leading provider of risk management and fraud analytics software for the global commercial finance market.
Aaron Hughes, managing director at Equiniti Riskfactor, comments:
“We’ve often been told that training is an important need and I am delighted to launch this new service which will help clients to upskill their people with the latest industry expertise. Our new academy is globally relevant and enables companies to invest in, grow and retain their talent to ensure that they are equipped to meet the business challenges of the future.”
Jude Lynex, managing director at On Business Training, comments:
“We are proud of this exciting new partnership with Equiniti Riskfactor – they have a fantastic reputation within the industry and their dedication to their clients is obvious. Our mutual commitment to cutting-edge technology will see the academy’s interactive content delivered on a secure microlearning platform.”