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Welcome to Banker's Academy

With 30+ years of experience, Banker's Academy is the leading global provider of training solutions to the financial community. We specialize in BSA/AML, Compliance Officer, HR Professional, Teller and Branch Manager Training. We’re proud to have partnered with over 2,500 clients worldwide in various financial services industries, with a focus on banks, credit unions, and money service businesses. Let us help you reach your target audience with an innovative, results-driven educational experience.

Our Offerings

  • Extensive Catalog of required Compliance Courses maintained by Subject Matter Experts
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  • Excellent skills and concept training for Banking Industry personnel - essentials to advanced.
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  • Powerful Human Resource courses to help HR Admins achieve professional, ethical compliance for their organizations.
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  • Business Professional Skills suitable for anyone seeking to be a thought leader in their company
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  • MS Office Suite 2010 - Full beginning to advanced coverage with videos and simulations.
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  • Years of experience helping our clients define, design, develop and implement excellent learning strategies from concept to post assessment.
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  • Modern Instructional design is required for an increasingly mobile workforce. Our experts are always refining and updating our methods to maximize the new micro-learning object approach.
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  • Defining and developing a competency framework is a large undertaking. We will help you create a valid, useful tool that can be effectuated within our Learning Management System and provide excellent ROI.
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  • Employee Onboarding processes can be a challenge to organize, manage and report, but it is essential to get it right. We have automation solutions that are easy and reliable to use.
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  • Advanced, immersive System Simulations Training. We specialize in core banking systems.
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  • Product Launches need to sell and inform. We create interactive, modern launch support materials that can convey everything from simple to complex value propositions.
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  • We can custom create courses to any specification, quick and simple to sophisticated and complex.
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Office of the Comptroller of Currency

Counterfeit Cashier’s Checks reported at Florida Bank

A bank in Florida has reported some variations of counterfeit cashier’s checks using a correct routing number. The counterfeit checks are being used nationwide posing as online job opportunities and auction scams.

The counterfeit checks may be identified by some of the following traits:

  • The checks presented are blue with a black and white logo in the upper-left corner.
  • The name “Jake Smith” or “Jim Kirk” appears under the bank logo.
  • “CASHIER’S CHECK” is located in the lower-left portion of the check.


The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau CFPB

CFPB Fines Experian $3 Million for Deceiving Consumers




Other Regulatory Bodies

The Federal Trade Commission

FTC Returns Money to Victims of Debt Relief Scheme

The Federal Trade Commission is mailing over 500 checks totaling more than $148,000 to people who lost money to Payday Support Center, a debt relief scam that targeted people with outstanding payday loans. The defendants are banned from promoting or selling debt relief services under a federal court order.

People who lost money will get back an average of $264. Recipients should deposit or cash checks within 60 days. The FTC never requires people to pay money or provide account information to cash refund checks.



FINRA Receives SEC Approval on Rule Proposal Addressing Financial Exploitation of Seniors

The Securities and Exchange Commission has approved FINRA’s rule proposal about financial exploitation of seniors. FINRA issued Regulatory Notice 17-11 announcing a February 5, 2018 effective date for the proposed rule.

The SEC approved changes that involve two key steps to protect investors. First, firms will be required to gather information regarding the name and contact information for a trusted contact person of a customer’s account. Second, firms must place a temporary hold on a disbursement of funds or securities when they believe there may be a chance of financial exploitation.

The need for the proposal became crucial when calls into FINRA's Securities Helpline for Seniors® highlighted some of the issues firms are dealing with when it comes to senior investors.