True Office, Thomson Reuters Partner to Offer Gamified Compliance Apps

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True Office of New York announced Thursday a product development and distribution partnership with Thomas Reuters.

True Office, which was founded in 2011, creates mobile games to train employees.

The alliance will allow the firms to create new applications to address regulatory and compliance training requirements for financial services firms across the globe.

The design of the forthcoming products, which will center on anti-money laundering, data privacy and Dodd Frank, is meant to help financial institutions better plan, manage and implement compliance training programs and assess risk across their organizations, according to a press release.

BankersLab of San Diego also sells training products that use simulation and games to train banks on regulations, among other work-related topics.

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