ACAMS today announced a partnership with Mastercard to provide financial institutions with a new tool to help in the fight against money laundering.
Adtalem Global Education Inc. today announced that Mehul Patel is resigning from his position as group president, Financial Services effective Feb. 28, to pursue another opportunity outside the education industry.
The Liechtenstein Initiative for Finance Against Slavery and Trafficking and ACAMS have today announced a strategic partnership to further mobilize financial sector stakeholders against modern slavery and human trafficking.
Adtalem Global Education Inc. (NYSE: ATGE), a leading workforce solutions provider, today reported academic, operating and financial results for its fiscal 2020 second quarter ended December 31, 2019.
Arkansas State University announced an agreement to collaborate with Adtalem Global Education to explore the feasibility of creating the first in-state veterinary medical school.
In recognition of the need for improved resilience in the face of disasters and the important contributions of the veterinary field, Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine has established a Disaster Research Working Group.
Adtalem Global Education (NYSE: ATGE), a leading workforce solutions provider, announced today it will hold a conference call to discuss its fiscal 2020 second quarter results on Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2020, at 4 p.m. CT (5 p.m. ET).
Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine is pleased to announce that it has been recognized as an Apple Distinguished School, a designation that extends through 2022.
ACAMS will further amplify its global sanctions outreach work with the appointment of seasoned sanctions and financial integrity executive Dr. Justine Walker as Head of Global Sanctions and Risk, a newly created position at the organization.
American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine’s Caribbean Center for Disaster Medicine is dedicated to fostering collaboration among professionals responsible for healthcare delivery, disaster preparedness, emergency response and medical education.
With a focus on improving the delivery of healthcare services in the Caribbean in times of disaster, leaders from the CDEMA and American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine’s CCDM signed an agreement to increase collaboration between the groups.