Interactive Money Laundering Investigative Techniques
OSCE Mission to Serbia
The Security Co-operation Department of the OSCE Mission to Serbia organised a three-day specialised training course from the 11th to the 13th of September on “Interactive Money Laundering Investigative Techniques” to police investigators and prosecutors from Serbian specialised Anti-Corruption Departments.
The Head Of The Security Cooperation Department Robert Kucharski opened the event. Mr Kucharski underlined the Mission’s role in rising capacities of Serbian prosecutors and police investigators in money laundering cases.
This training is the 1st out of 7 training courses scheduled to be held before the end of November. One hundred fifty participants will complete training during this time.
Two of AMLs Consulting Globals international experts, Bill Durrant and Mark Heffer, delivered the training.
Our immersive learning platform View360 Global was used to provide the participants with an opportunity to engage in an interactive case study exercise relating to their current roles during which they were required to evidence a rationale based decision-making process relating to a money-laundering investigation based on a corruption typology.
The training represents the 14th country in which View360 Global has been deployed to deliver bespoke capacity building training.
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