In response to the USA PATRIOT Act and the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), which require certain insurance companies to establish anti-money laundering programs, LOMA (Atlanta) released an anti-money laundering course on its LOMALearn Online e-learning portal (www.loma.org).
The course teaches insurers how to recognize threats to financial firms and discusses the regulations designed to detect, monitor and prevent those threats.
Constructed in HTML and XML, the two-hour class uses Java and Flash animation to combine interactive content with the course material. "It takes you step by step through interactive situations, and with assessments," says Meg Rose, director of business development for LOMA.
Using LOMA's learning management system, administrators are able to track students' progress, create reports and ensure the course is completed in a timely manner, all through a single, online interface.