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Take the example of Einstein;
Einstein was once being interviewed by a reporter who asked for his phone number.
“Certainly” replied Einstein, who proceeded to pick up the phone directory and look it up, before writing it on a slip of paper and handing it to the reporter.
Astonished, the reporter said, "You are considered to be the smartest man in the world and you can't remember your own phone number?”
Einstein replied, “Why should I memorise something when I know where to find it?”
He felt it unnecessary to memorise anything that he could look up in under two minutes. Now, relatively speaking, (pun very much intended) there was not a huge amount of information that he could bring to hand in under two minutes. Compare his resources to the wealth of knowledge we can get access to in literally seconds today. What would he possibly make of our ability to harness pretty much all human knowledge while waiting at a bus stop? Would he have held any information in his head?
At Inmarkets we have developed our approach to social and just-in-time learning and it is this that underpins our new GRC Manager tool. Click here
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Kallidus, a leading provider of learning and talent management solutions, has agreed a new deal with Inmarkets.
Under the new partnership, Kallidus will be able to offer its clients award winning e-learning content in key subject areas such as information security and health and safety, strengthening the company’s award winning experience in providing integrated learning and talent solutions.
During the past few years, Kallidus has significantly developed and enhanced its suite beyond just the LMS. Today, Kallidus provides a fully integrated modular solution encompassing learning, performance, talent management and succession planning to customers in the UK and overseas as well as bespoke and customised e-learning content. Anthony Miller, Director of Inmarkets said:
"We are delighted to work with the team at Kallidus and offer our content on their learning management system. The quality of our content, ease of tailoring it on our Skillcast platform and our focus on client satisfaction complements the Kallidus LMS and their ability to target the learning and develop talent within organisations. We believe the combination offers great value for clients." Rob Caul, CEO of Kallidus added: “In today’s rapidly evolving marketplace, customers are increasingly looking for complete learning and talent solutions that create business value. We are delighted to be teaming up with Inmarkets given their expertise in e-learning content development. We both share the same philosophy of working in partnership with our customers to deliver outstanding solutions.”
Inmarkets Essential Learning library features award winning e-learning modules on topics such as Anti-Bribery, Anti-Money Laundering, Fraud, Information Security and Health and Safety. Each module contains engaging interactive content and an assessment to check the learner's understanding of the concepts. The modules can be customised to fit with the customer’s business using Skillcast, a web-based authoring tool. Inmarkets also provides a library of over 100 financial services compliance and competency courses.About Kallidus
Kallidus is an award-winning supplier of learning and talent management solutions.
Kallidus helps organisations develop talented people and improve business effectiveness. Its mission is to empower individuals and organisations to develop continually, learn effectively and improve their performance.
For further information visit www.kallidus.com About Inmarkets
Over 200 companies with over a million employees trust Inmarkets to implement their most critical and complex learning and strategic communication initiatives. Inmarkets partner with their clients at every stage of the process, from risk assessment through to audit, while personalising the approach to the needs of the organisation. Some clients use the company’s ready-made essential learning modules, others retain Inmarkets to develop fully bespoke content, while others use the company’s Skillcast Author platform to develop content themselves. Find out more at http://www.inmarkets.com
Inmarkets is pleased to announce the launch of GRC Manager - the online learning program designed to develop governance, risk and compliance competence for senior executives and managers in compliance and control functions. This programme has been available only to selected Inmarkets clients who have been instrumental in the development of this product. So, we are pleased to announce that we will shortly be able to offer it to all individual and corporate purchasers. The official launch of the product will be held at the Law Society in London from 8.15am on Tuesday 26th February 2013.
Attendance is by invitation only - please register if you would like to hear how you can empower your managers, control functions and compliance staff with governance, risk and compliance learning and resources. And if you are coming, why not bring your own device (iPad, Android tablet) along on the day to try out GRC Manager for yourself? You’ll receive a complimentary demo licence so you can continue to explore GRC Manager after the event. Schedule
8.15am Networking breakfast
8.50am Catriona Razic, Inmarkets
9.05am Scott Morris, Unicredit
How Unicredit is building its Compliance Officer Academy using Inmarkets GRC Manager
9.25am Vivek Dodd, Inmarkets
What can GRC Manager do for you?
9.45am Joel Osborne, PwC
Building integrity into “Business as Usual”
10.15am Tea/ coffee and open GRC Manager workshops
About GRC Manager
GRC Manager is a suite of e-learning modules providing comprehensive GRC coverage (including corporate governance, risk management, business ethics, protection, financial crime, health and safety, equality, corporate citizenship and consumer protection) in a just-in-time learning format. It gives you:
- Over 100 hours of governance, risk and compliance e-learning content at your fingertips on laptops, tablets, smart phones
- Key points and checklists for just-in-time learning
- Expert videos embedded in the content for practical perspectives on the issues
- End-of-course assessments to prove competence
- Personalised learning paths for differing roles within a firm
- The ability to add your own corporate content
If you are interested in a demo of GRC Manager for yourself or for your company, but cannot attend, please write to email@example.com
The Graduate Foundation College is an ambitious industry-led initiative to help young, unemployed graduates qualify as financial advisers and fill much needed positions in small and medium sized advisory firms across the country.
The College offers a structured programme of academic training and industry experience to bright, young and unemployed graduates in order to increase their employability as future advisers.
Participating firms who are interested in recruiting new talent but who cannot necessarily fund their initial training and induction into the profession will have access to these candidates as potential new employees.
The candidates will achieve an entry level standard into the world of financial advice and during the programme candidates will be introduced to a participating firm, which in turn provides invaluble insight and experience. At the same time, the firm can assess the employability of their candidate as well as build a potentially highly beneficial new relationship for the longer term.
The Graduate Foundation College has been developed by the Financial Skills Partnership in association with Aviva, Chartered Insurance Institute (CII), Department of Work and Pensions (DWP), Inmarkets, Institute of Financial Planning (IFP), Just Retirement, Mymar, Calibrand, Personal Finance Society (PFS), Redland Business Solutions, Scottish Widows, Sesame Bankhall Group (SBG) and Tenet Group.
The Graduate Foundation College (pilot) is partly funded by the UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES) and the industry bodies named above.Click here to find out more
Inmarkets has received the award for the “Best Training Provider” at the Compliance Register Platinum Awards. This award is particularly special because clients must nominate candidates for the awards, detailing exactly why the company should be considered as the best training provider in the compliance domain. It is a testimony to the content, technology and service that Inmarkets continues to provide for firm-wide learning with its "Essential Learning" courses and for officer training with its GRC Manager.
Catriona Razic, a Director of Inmarkets said “Over the years we have delivered in excess of 5,000,000 hours of e-learning. In this time we have strived to push the boundaries with compliance e-learning, advancing both the learner experience and the level of analysis available to management. We are delighted to win this awards and would like to thank every one of our scores of clients who felt compelled to nominate us.”
A big thank you to all the customers who have nominated Inmarkets in the Best Training Services category at this year's Compliance Register Platinum Awards.
This award is for firms who provide training services to financial services firms. The attributes of such a firm are high quality of services which meet regulatory expectations, reasonable costs and good industry reputation.
The winners will be announced on Thursday 29th November at the Lancaster London, Lancaster Terrace, London, W2. Besides giving recognition for excellence, these Awards are also raising funds for various charities as selected by the sponsors and celebrity supporters.
This months scenario, drawn from Transparency International’s "Doing Business Without Bribery", focuses on facilitation payments. Go to www.inmarkets.com
and click Login at the top right of the page to sign up for a free demo account to view the scenario.
Facilitation payments were in the news in the UK as the SFO quietly removed its guidance to reconsider its position on such payments and hospitality - with some commentators saying that it is getting ready to bare its teeth. http://www.complianceweek.com/sfo-website-removes-important-bribery-guidance/article/262512/
In contrast to the hardening stance of the authorities, for some corporate board members it's business as usual. In a survey by FTI Consulting (who have also collaborated with Inmarkets in the production of "Doing Business Without Bribery") released last week, nearly a quarter of company directors said the UK government is unlikely to prosecute offenders and that might bribe to win business. http://www.fticonsulting.com/global2/press-releases/united-states/economic-climate-pushing-companies-to-take-risks-with-anti-corruption-policies.aspx
Of course, the Bribery Act doubters are now a minority and most companies have taken a much more robust approach against bribery. Indeed, shareholder pressure and the desire to better manage risks due to financial crime, discrimination, health and safety etc. are motivating companies to take a more integrated approach to governance, risk and compliance. To support such initiatives, Inmarkets will be launching its GRC education program - GRC Manager, which is currently available only to Inmarkets clients.
In this month's scenario we will ask you to assume the position of a country manager for a company. In this capacity you will be asked to comment on situations - dealing with gifts, hospitality and conflicts - described by your team members and approve/reject their requests. As with previous scenarios, in every situation you will receive TI's advice on the best course of action after you select your response.
Go to www.inmarkets.com
and click Login at the top right of the page to sign up for a free demo account to view the scenario.
“Doing Business Without Bribery” has been developed by Transparency International with the support of FTI consulting and Inmarkets - the e-learning company. You can license this course for use in your organisation, customise it to fit with your internal procedures and corporate risks, and use it for awareness or practical training. If you would like to know more, please contact Laurence Tanti (firstname.lastname@example.org
The Inmarkets Anti-Bribery Conference held on 5th July 2012 brought together over 80 business practitioners to discuss the impact that the UK Bribery Act has had in its first year in force. The session also saw a lively debate on the factors shaping corporate culture during the panel discussion at the end.Presentations
Thanks to the industry experts who presented their experiences and insight:
- Robert Barrington of TI UK spoke about the impact of the Act and future trends
- George Dallas of F&C discussed corporate governance for institutional investors and shareholders
- Catriona Razic of Inmarkets highlighted how the Bribery Act presents an opportunity for organisations to improve their business practices
- Joel Osborne of PWC discussed how to improve corporate culture in response to the Act
- Stephen Newman of British Gas provided his insights during the panel session
The presentations from the day are available to view in the 'Inmarkets Anti-Bribery Conference' section of Inmarkets Demo Portal. To access these presentations, go to www.inmarkets.com
and click Login at the top right of the page to log in or sign up for a free demo account.E-learning
Inmarkets is the premier provider of Governance, Risk Management and Compliance (GRC) e-learning and the leading provider of anti-bribery training to FTSE 100
companies, with clients ranging from small enterprises to the largest global firms. Survey
Many thanks to the delegates who participated in the Inmarkets pre-conference anti-bribery survey. The full results of this survey can also be accessed by clicking login at the top right side to sign up for access to the survey results.
Inmarkets is pleased to sponsor the Anti-Bribery conference on Thursday 5th July, at The Law Society in London, which will investigate how the UK Bribery Act, regulatory actions, as well as shareholder revolts on management pay and performance are shaping governance, risk management and compliance (GRC) in UK companies.
Admission to this is event is by invitation only. To find out more and print an event brochure, or demo Inmarkets anti-bribery e-learning courses click the login link at the top and log in with your access details. If you don't have access, please email Laurence Tanti on email@example.com
The session will feature a panel discussion led by our distinguished speakers, plus our special guest Steve Newman from British Gas, who will answer questions on the implementation challenges, benefits and risks that you face. The conference will end with an opportunity to network with your peers and chat to the experts over refreshments.
8.15am Networking breakfast
8.40am Catriona Razic, Inmarkets: Never let a serious regulation go to waste
Harnessing the drive of the Act to create a more permanent culture of compliance
8.50am Robert Barrington, Transparency International: The Bribery Act one year on
Observations in enforcement and regulatory action in the past year and the future
9.10am George Dallas, F&C Investments: The realities of operating and investing ethically
Institutional investor approaches to investing in a corruption-free environment
9.30am Joel Osborne, PwC: Challenges in creating a compliant culture
Bringing corporate culture in line with strategy
9.45-10.15am Panel discussion
Including all speakers, plus guest panellist Steve Newman of British Gas
10.15am Tea/ coffee