Strategic Partners

We work closely with a number of partner organisations to deliver world-class online compliance training.


The Australian Finance Industry Association [AFIA] is the voice of a diverse Australian finance sector. We represent over 150 providers of consumer, commercial or wholesale finance that operate across Australia, including banks (major, regional and mutual/community-owned) and non-banks.

With over 3,700 members, ACLA is the peak national association representing the interests of in-house lawyers working for corporations and government in Australia.

In-house lawyers constitute approx 30% of the total Australian legal profession or about 14,000 practitioners, making ACLA’s role as the ‘voice of in-house lawyers’ a vital one for the furthering and advancement of the profession.

COMPLiHR specifically caters to the Australian non-government education sector with brand and reputation protection through online learning and easy-to-use compliance management systems.

COMPLiHR has partnered with Salt Compliance, the leaders in the online compliance training market across the Asia-Pacific, to bring you the best online learning solution.

Working with Business Managers and Bursars around Australia, we offer the education sector online compliance learning that does more than show a policy and tick a box; it creates a culture of compliance.

COMPLiHR offers a customised non-government education compliance essentials pack.

The GRC Institute is the peak industry body for compliance professionals and the GRC Institute Accreditation Framework is the standard for professional recognition across industries and jurisdictions. To ensure accredited professional standards remain current, a key component of GRC Institute accreditation is undertaking twenty points of Continuous Professional Development (CPD) each financial year. Salt Compliance courses are an approved source of CPD units. GRC Institute members who complete one or more of our courses are entitled to one CPD point for each full hour of study involved in this course.

ILANZ was established in 1987 to meet the information sharing and networking interests and needs of in-house lawyers. The 2150 ILANZ members are New Zealand lawyers working in corporate, governmental and other organisations, rather than in private practice.

Kensington Swan is a full-service commercial law firm, with strength and expertise where it counts. We work alongside our clients as trusted advisers. We achieve this by working to understand what drives our clients’ businesses and the sectors they operate in.

KYC360 is the online community for AML, compliance and financial crime practitioners. KYC360 is free to join and provides access to the essential due diligence tool RiskScreen, as well as articles and hot topics on AML/CFT, corruption, ethics, fraud and GRC. Members can also share expertise in the KYC360 Forum and receive preferential pricing on training, CPD events and relevant publications.

Join the network by visiting and start benefiting from this exceptional free resource today.

LAWYAL Solicitors is an incorporated legal practice that offers quality and affordable legal advice online for Australian financial institutions, companies and small-to-medium enterprises. We provide an alternative to hiring permanent in-house counsel at high fixed costs, or engaging external law firms with large overheads and billable hours.

After spending 10 years as a lawyer in the banking and financial services industry, Leonie Chapman, co-founder and Legal Practitioner Director of LAWYAL Solicitors, identified that there was a real need for simple and affordable legal advice. The idea for LAWYAL was born to provide expert legal advice that is quicker, easier to understand and cheaper than traditional law firms, with the familiarity of loyal in-house counsel.

​LAWYAL offers legal services in the following areas: banking and finance, consumer credit and mortgage lending, privacy and AML, trade practices and unfair contract terms, intellectual property and trade marks, business and commercial, regulatory reform and compliance, contract, Corporations Act, ASX Rules and Corporate Governance, and outsourced-in-house legal support.

​By creating a virtual law firm, LAWYAL is able to reduce unnecessary process and overheads, while still maintaining the highest standard of personalised, dependable and friendly legal advice.

Protecht is an International company formed by some of the most accomplished risk professionals in the industry.

Since 1998, we have delivered training, advisory and software solutions that intensify the Risk Management focus and discipline of corporations and financial institutions around the world.

With the right knowledge, expertise and technology in place, it is possible to embrace risk and advance your organisation as a result.

RG Consulting Services is a niche consultancy focused on the design and development of learning and compliance strategies which assist in building ethical cultures and compliant workplace practices.

Stay Smart Online is the Australian Government’s online safety and security website, designed to help everyone understand the risks and the simple steps we can take to protect our personal and financial information online.

The website was developed to recognise that online safety is an important area of Government responsibility. The website provides support so we are better equipped to protect ourselves online.

The website is hosted by the Department of Communications, which works with a range of other Australian Government agencies and security organisations.

Established in 1989, St James Ethics Centre is an independent, not-for-profit organisation providing a non-judgemental forum for the promotion, exploration and application of ethics.

Operating both in Australia and abroad, the Ethics Centre is unique in the world for its support to the general community on ethical issues, creation and management of public debates and application of ethical principles to specific issues in public institutions, not-for-profits and companies. The relief of suffering and distress is the cornerstone of St James Ethics Centre’s activities.

The Stockbrokers And Financial Advisers Association (SAFAA) is the peak industry body for the stockbroking and financial advisory industry. The Stockbrokers And Financial Advisers Association represents both corporate and individual practitioner members.

Corporate members include leading Australian retail and institutional stockbroking firms and investment banks. Individual practitioner members comprise those employed in the stockbroking and advisory industry, and include both Master Members of the Stockbrokers And Financial Advisers Association (MSAFAA) and Affiliate Members of the Stockbrokers And Financial Advisers Association (AfSAFAA).