Betfred expands staff compliance training with SMP eGaming

Betfred has revealed that it will strengthen its staff and operational compliance training programmes with Isle of Man consultancy SMP eGaming.

Updating stakeholders, the Manchester bookmaker is set to launch a ‘Compliance Academy’, developed by SMP eGaming, an industry consultancy specialising in multi-jurisdictional compliance, AML frameworks and fraud prevention.

Developing the Compliance Academy, SMP eGaming details that Betfred staff will be taught under a ‘Continued-Professional-Development – CDP’ certified framework,

Furthermore, Betfred’s executive management team will be able to utilise the programme as a knowledge centre and document repository for the bookmaker’s policy and operational procedure development.

Confirming the training partnership with SMP eGaming, Adele Farrell, Director of Digital Compliance at Betfred, detailed:

“The platform provided by SMP Compliance Academy provides a powerful tool and voice, not only to deliver the obligatory training and company policy and procedures that Betfred requires, but also to instil a positive and responsible compliance culture.

“The platform allows us to apply a risk-based approach to our training via the powerful analytical tools, which can be used to identify any training deficiencies within the business.

“We are committed to the ongoing training of our staff, ensuring they have the latest relevant knowledge and skills, and the SMP Compliance Academy meets all our requirements perfectly.”

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