Online training course on suspicious transactions and analysis techniques

Title: Financial and asset investigations: training course on suspicious transactions and analysis techniques.

Introduction: The training activity “Financial and asset investigations: training course on suspicious transactions and analysis techniques”, organised by the cooperation programme between Latin America, the Caribbean and the European Union on drug policies, COPOLAD III and thanks to the support of the Financial Investigation Unit of Mexico and the UAFE of Ecuador, will start on 25 October and will last six weeks, at the rate of two units per week and lasting 2/3 hours each.

This training will be aimed in particular at personnel specialised in the identification of illicit capital linked to drug trafficking, with the existing instruments at the national level being examined during the training units, as well as the comparative analysis of the methodologies used in the fight against money laundering also at the international level.

The systems of prevention and detection of illicit and suspicious operations will be studied, with a particular focus on the central role of the Financial Investigation Units (FIU) and the techniques of financial investigation will be studied in depth, together with criminal analysis and the exchange of best practices on techniques for the development of investigations.

Finally, financial crime phenomena linked to the web and the deep web will be studied, a topic that is already very topical and widespread worldwide.

At the end of the course, participants will have developed their knowledge of these sensitive areas, with a better global vision of the phenomena related to financial crime and the international tools currently used to combat it.

Participants: analysts of Financial Investigation Units in Public Administrations in Latin America, given by the COPOLAD III Programme.

Languages: Spanish (it will be in english soon for Caribbean countries)

Course start date: 25 October 2022

-Free registration until full capacity is reached.