Behavioural science has emerged as a useful tool to bridging the gap between regulatory adherence and human action. By understanding the mechanisms that drive decision-making, behavioural science allows us to create compliance frameworks that are not merely procedural but are interwoven with the intrinsic motivations of employees. In grasping the subtleties of human behaviour, compliance professionals can learn to ensuring that ethical conduct and regulatory adherence become a natural extension of organisational activity, thereby fostering a culture that is inherently resilient to financial crime.
Are you keen to understand more about compliance behaviour in financial services and how we can guide it in a positive direction? Join our three-part masterclass and learn how to apply behavioural science principles to strengthen your financial crime compliance arrangements.
What Will You Learn?
Session 1: Understanding and Changing Behaviour
- What behaviour are we aiming for in financial services?
- How can we navigate behaviour change effectively?
- Explore the factors that encourage or block certain behaviours.
Session 2: Using Behavioural Science to Achieve Compliance
- Explore frameworks that help shape the behaviour we want.
- Learn practical strategies to encourage positive behaviour in financial services.
Session 3: Implementing Behavioural Science Wisely
- What can do do choose and apply behavioural science insights effectively in a financial services context?
Each half-day session builds on the last, providing practical tips and exercises to help you apply what you’ve learned in real-world situations. Learn practical, applicable skills for influencing behaviour to achieve compliance and prevent financial crime effectively. Engage in exercises that help you apply behavioural science.
Webinar Presenter: The sessions will be delivered by Dr Mario Menz, one of the Institute's Committee Members. Mario has spent many years successfully applying behavioural science principles in practical, real-world situations. He is an experienced Head of Compliance & MLRO, and course director of the LLM Financial Services Law, Regulation & Compliance at London Metropolitan University. He is a certified member of the Global Association of Applied Behavioural Scientists.
How to book
Tickets are priced at £300 for members for all three sessions and £600 for non-members for all three sessions. Participants will receive a Certification of Completion, including CPD credits. To express your interest in the Applying Behavioural Science in Financial Services Compliance masterclasses, please email the Events and Membership Team.
Don’t miss this opportunity to explore the fascinating world of behavioural science and discover how it can be practically applied in financial services compliance. Spaces are limited, so secure your spot early and take a step towards a deeper understanding of behavioural science in financial services compliance.