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Annual Training Plan UAFE 2024: Everything You Need to Know

By Mary Mar Samaniego

Head of the Department of Criminal Responsibility, Operations, and Illicit Market Control


Dear friends and clients:

In 2024, the Financial and Economic Analysis Unit (UAFE) has implemented a new Annual Training Plan mandatory for all obligated subjects.

This plan specifies the training that must be carried out according to the economic sector and is published every first quarter of the year.

Below, we detail all the information you need to know about this plan, its modalities, and the responsibilities of compliance officers:

Annual Training Plan

The UAFE has established that, starting from the first quarter of each fiscal year, an Annual Training Plan will be issued.

This plan will determine the mandatory training that must be carried out by each obligated subject, depending on the economic sector to which they belong.

Publication and Modalities

These courses will be published on the official UAFE website: Through this platform, you can access detailed information about the modality and location of each course.

It is important to highlight that all the training offered will be free of charge.


Responsibilities of Compliance Officers

Additionally, compliance officers are reminded that they must report to the UAFE, during the first quarter of each year, the courses completed during the previous fiscal year.

This report is essential to ensure that the established requirements are met and to keep the training records of each entity updated.

For any additional queries or assistance in the process of registration and reporting of the training, our team is at your disposal to provide the necessary support.


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The content of this blog is provided for informational and educational purposes only and should not be considered legal advice. Regulations in Ecuador are subject to changes and updates that may affect the applicability and accuracy of the content published here. We do not guarantee that the information presented is accurate, complete or current at the time of reading. Therefore, past postings should not be construed as necessarily reflecting current regulations. We strongly recommend that you consult with our qualified attorneys for specific and personalized advice.

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