Ethics, AML, Cyber Security Training Courses
Online training courses–available now!
PLEASE NOTE: If you have previously created an Exchange Analytics login you will need to utilize those credentials to re-access our training portal. Existing users can do this by selecting “Home” on the sign up form and simply logging in. New users should utilize the form provided in the links below to establish an account profile. Once you have established an account profile you will be able to purchase and access all available training courses. Working with Turnkey simply allows us to track your progress, remind you of training due dates, and retrieve your training completion certificates from Exchange Analytics directly. This will prove valuable to you in the event NFA requests these documents making your life easier.
Information Systems/Cyber Security Training.
The National Futures Association’s new Information Systems Security Program (Cybersecurity) requirements apply to all NFA membership categories – futures commission merchants, swap dealers, major swap participants, introducing brokers, forex dealer members, commodity pool operators and commodity trading advisors. To help you meet the training requirement, Exchange Analytics has released an interactive online Cybersecurity Training Course.
Initial Ethics Training
Exchange Analytics was originally authorized to provide ethics training by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission in 1995. This course is designed for new NFA registrants and meets the requirements for Initial ethics training. The Initial ethics usually takes about 2 hours to complete, but the program can be stopped and started as often as desired.
Periodic Ethics Training
This program is designed to be a follow-up to the Exchange Analytics’ “Initial” program. The emphasis of the Periodic course is to address topical issues in the industry. The program is designed to take 45 – 60 minutes to complete. The program can be stopped and started as often as desired.
Anti-Money Laundering Training
The USA Patriot Act of 2001, section 352, requires NFA Member futures commission merchants (FCMs), brokers (IBs) and NASD broker/dealer firms to have anti-money laundering (AML) compliance programs in place as of April 24, 2002. Regulated financial institutions must provide ongoing education and training for all appropriate personnel. This program helps meet your training requirement and takes about 30 minutes to complete. The program can be stopped and started as often as desired.