OnCourse Learning and North Carolina Bankers Association form partnership

November 5, 2018

BROOKFIELD, Wis. — OnCourse Learning Financial Services announced today a partnership with the North Carolina Bankers Association to provide regulatory compliance training for members of NCBA.

The NCBA, through its membership, plays a vital role in creating an atmosphere under which all banks in the state can thrive, prosper and continue to serve their communities. In today’s highly regulated environment, banking professionals must have expert knowledge of the latest federal regulation changes in order to stay compliant and better serve customers.

Partnership benefits

“The partnership enables NCBA members to provide the most updated available bank training for their employees,” said Brett Shively, executive vice president, professional certification and licensure for OnCourse Learning. “Having well-trained bank employees gives bank managers the peace of mind they need to focus on offering the timely, personalized service their customers have come to expect.”

The OnCourse Learning 2018 Course Catalog for Banking offers regulatory compliance training topics. The topics include “Anti-Money Laundering (AML),”  “Fair Lending Overview” and “Introduction to Human Trafficking.”

The North Carolina Bankers Association was founded in the mid 1980’s by a group of North Carolina bankers concerned with the expansion of large, national and regional banks into the state.

“With this alliance with OnCourse Learning, bank members will now have access to online courses and case studies in a wide variety of formats, including engaging videos on some of the most critical topics in the financial services industry,” said President & CEO of NCBA Peter Gwaltney.

OnCourse Learning Financial Services is a leading provider of governance, risk and compliance training for the bank, mortgage, credit union, gaming and nonbank financial services industries. Formerly known as BankersEdge, OnCourse Learning Financial Services educates more than 85,000 financial services professionals each year and has developed more than 1,100 financial services courses. Its parent company, OnCourse Learning, has been delivering continuing education, pre-licensing and corporate training for more than 60 years.

For media inquiries, contact:

Deborah Filipek, Media Relations Manager

847-908-8017

dfilipek@oncourselearning.com

About OnCourse Learning

OnCourse Learning delivers licensure, regulatory and compliance education solutions throughout the nation’s leading industries including financial services and real estate. Through trusted industry expertise, compliance management and technology solutions, OnCourse Learning focuses on advancing the e-learning environment for individuals and businesses to help to build new careers, empower employees through knowledge and identify efficiencies in corporate training management. OnCourse Learning offers a full suite of educational products including state and federally approved prelicensing and continuing education programs, accredited course content, exam prep tools, publications, e-books, events and a sophisticated and customizable learning management system and course-authoring tool. To learn more, visit OnCourseLearning.com.

About North Carolina Bankers Association

The North Carolina Bankers Association (NCBA) brings together all categories of banking institutions that best represent the interests of our rapidly changing state. Proudly serving North Carolina’s banking industry since 1897, the NCBA is the professional trade organization providing advocacy, leadership and support for its dynamic membership base. The NCBA actively promotes the professional and educational development of its members and affiliate members, and hosts countless annual events, conferences, gatherings, seminars and more. Through its government relations activities, the Association communicates with the North Carolina General Assembly, the U.S. Congress, and banking regulators on behalf of its member banks, savings institutions, and trust companies. The NCBA also provides media relations support, educational and training programs, and regulatory and compliance assistance. The Association has two subsidiaries, Centrant Community Capital and Community Bank Services (CBS). Centrant Community Capital provides permanent debt financing for workforce apartment communities and housing in a number of states. CBS offers insurance and employee benefit products as well as other services to the Association’s members and publishes a quarterly magazine, Carolina Banker. For more information visit, www.ncbankers.org or call (919) 781-7979.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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