FINRA Institute at Wharton
Certified Regulatory and Compliance Professional (CRCP) Program
The FINRA Institute at Wharton CRCP program-which is delivered through the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania-provides compliance, legal and regulatory professionals with an in-depth understanding of the foundation, theory and practical application of securities laws and regulation.
High-potential personnel with executive-level aspirations who participate in the program benefit from:
The CRCP certificate is awarded to those who complete the program within a two-year period. The program includes two weeklong residential courses, plus extensive pre-course readings and casework. For questions about the program contact us.
Candidates are assigned materials to review in advance of Wharton coursework—including academic research conducted by Wharton faculty as well as rules, regulations, and compliance and regulatory guidance.
Two Residential Courses at Wharton
Week I: Foundation — Six days of course work that fosters a broad understanding of the securities industry, rules and regulations. Topics covered include: broker-dealer structure and supervision, current issues in securities regulation, suitability issues and securities law and regulatory structure.
Week II: Advanced Topics — Six days of course work covering the nuances of securities law and more complex regulatory compliance issues. Topics covered include: advanced issues in supervision, suitability, anti-money laundering, internal compliance systems, and communications with the public.
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