KPMG Fintech Risk & Compliance Scholarship
PAT Fintech & the Compliance Institute (formerly known as ACOI) are delighted to partner with KPMG to offer one student the KPMG Fintech Risk & Compliance Scholarship (Level 7), commencing in September 2021. KPMG is Ireland’s leading professional services firm with over 3000 professionals based in Dublin, Belfast, Cork and Galway. KPMG have over 250 Risk and Regulatory specialists experienced in managing diverse risk issues including: conduct risk, fraud & financial crime, regulatory compliance, cyber-attacks, risk frameworks and modelling, capital efficiency, corporate governance and many more. KPMG’s Risk and Regulatory experts include accountants, economists, actuaries, data scientists, lawyers, ex-regulators, law enforcement personnel, forensic investigators and pure risk specialists making sure clients are best placed to make the right decisions at the right time.
Designed with compliance practitioners and developed in collaboration with the Compliance Institute (formerly known as ACOI) the Diploma in Fintech Risk & Compliance (Level 7) delivers the core knowledge, skills, and competencies that professionals require to work in both a Fintech environment, and an increasingly digitised compliance function.
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KPMG Fintech Risk & Compliance Scholarship – Application Criteria
To apply for the KPMG Fintech Risk & Compliance Scholarship, please outline what you consider to be the future of the compliance professional’s role in the financial services industry.
Please reference the technological and regulatory factors, and impact of Fintech operating models, that are of importance in the strategic evolution of the risk and compliance function.
Submit a 3-minute video.
The video should demonstrate:
Submission Date: Sunday September 5th 2021
Scholarship Terms & Conditions
“KPMG are delighted to collaborate with PAT Fintech and Compliance Institute (formerly known as ACOI) to sponsor such a great scholarship opportunity. Good luck to all entrants!”
Ian Nelson, Partner, Head of Banking & Capital Markets