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The game, which has been created for Co-op Money NZ’s Member organisations, has been fashioned especially for individuals looking to refresh their Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism credentials.

“Innovation is part of our culture at Co-op Money NZ, and with this step we have introduced gamification into the learning and development space, making compliance training fun and interesting for our Members and their staff,” said Henry Lynch, CEO of Co-op Money NZ.

The course will also continue to be offered in a text-based format on the current e-learning platform, providing members a choice in the way they want to undertake the refresher.

“We are constantly investing in our learning and development offering as part of ongoing efforts to provide the best in services to our Members. We have a range of Co-op Money NZ certificates, as well as national certificates, that we offer through our e-learning platform for our Members to use. This new learning game is part of our ongoing focus to help develop competent staff that are compliant with the latest in AML/CFT requirements,” added Lynch.

“Credit unions and building societies have long been a crucial part of the New Zealand economy and they are constantly reviewing and modifying their structure and offerings in order to remain relevant to the changing needs of new-age Kiwis.”

“The gamification of the AML/CFT course is just one among a variety of projects that we are working on to make life easier for our Members, who provide fantastic products and services to thousands of mum-and-dad Kiwis every day,” added Lynch. 

Here is a screenshot of the game.

Co-op Money NZ launches Anti-Money Laundering course designed as a game

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