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Master Travel Rule Compliance with the NB-TRFC Certification

Lana Schwartzman
Lana Schwartzman
February 14, 2024
Schwartzman boasts 19 years of experience in fintech and digital assets compliance, with a strong history of designing compliance programs and leading licensure strategies in crypto and financial companies.

Are you grappling with the complexities of the Travel Rule in your jurisdiction? You may be a consultant aiding financial institutions in achieving compliance with recent AML regulations. Given its significant impact on their operations, the necessity of a deep understanding of Travel Rule compliance cannot be overstated. This understanding is vital for maintaining regulatory compliance and the smooth operation of financial institutions.

The increasing frequency of Travel Rule deadlines has amplified the urgency for this knowledge. Moreover, regulators are mandating that Virtual Asset Service Providers (VASPs) establish robust Travel Rule frameworks as a precondition for obtaining operational licenses. This landscape highlights the critical need for specialized and comprehensive education in Travel Rule compliance.

We proudly present the Notabene Travel Rule Fundamentals Certification (NB-TRFC) program to address this need. Designed to infuse your organization with our deep expertise in the Travel Rule, this program equips you with the necessary knowledge and skills for seamless compliance. Our certification course offers a structured path to mastering Travel Rule compliance, providing a strategic advantage in the rapidly evolving industry.

Introducing the NB-TRFC Program

The NB-TRFC program is a carefully designed educational journey aimed at making you an authority in Travel Rule compliance. You can expect:

  • Tailored Content: Our curriculum focuses on the distinct regulatory landscapes of the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, Africa (EMEA), and the Asia-Pacific (APAC) regions.
  • Holistic Approach: The program consists of three specialized courses, ensuring you gain a comprehensive understanding of every facet of Travel Rule compliance.

Exploring the NB-TRFC Program

You have two options: enroll in the free Foundation course or the paid full program, which would provide you with a professional certification. Your educational journey is meticulously planned to provide an in-depth understanding of the Travel Rule, tailored to the region of your choice. The program includes:

  1. Foundation Course: Start your compliance journey with the "Travel Rule—Foundations Course." This module simplifies the Travel Rule's historical context and current implications, laying the groundwork for more advanced strategies.
  2. Advanced Compliance: Take your expertise to the next level with the "Travel Rule—Advanced Course." This part focuses on complex compliance scenarios, from Anti-Money Laundering checks to transaction monitoring.
  3. Jurisdictional Focus: Conclude with a "Jurisdictional Deep Dive" course in the Americas, APAC, or EMEA region. This section will give you a playbook for localized compliance, highlighting key regulatory nuances in specific markets.

Who Should Enroll?

This program is perfect for compliance officers and professionals, regulators, advisory professionals, legal advisors, and financial professionals in the crypto industry. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced professional, the courses offer both foundational and advanced insights.  It is a great way to certify not only yourself and your team!  

How to Get Started

Ready to become a certified expert in Travel Rule compliance? Visit our academy website for details on enrollment, course schedules, and pricing. Take the first step in your certification journey today!



This certification program is for educational purposes only. It does not constitute legal, financial, investment, or any other advice. The digital asset space is dynamic, and some information may become outdated as the industry progresses.