Strategic and Practical Considerations in Pursuing Money Laundering Cases

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TARGET GROUP | Financial intelligence unit (FIU) officials; law enforcement officials; and other government officials involved in undertaking national money laundering investigations, prosecutions and asset confiscation and recovery actions. Participants are expected to have a minimum of two-years' experience in AML/CFT issues.


DESCRIPTION | This one-week course, presented by the IMF’s Legal Department, aims at enhancing and strengthening the capacities of officials engaged in the operational aspects of enforcement against money laundering cases. The course is targeted at FIU officials, law enforcement agencies, prosecutors and judges involved in financial intelligence and effective enforcement against ML offenses including securing convictions, domestic and cross-border confiscation and asset recovery. The course will involve in-depth discussions on practical and strategic consideration in enforcing ML laws including practical exercises.


Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to:

• Understand the use of key tools and sources of data to assist in mounting ML investigations.

• Understand the challenges and key measures necessary to bringing ML cases to successful prosecution

• Develop policies and strategies to institutionalize good practices for effective enforcement against ML cases.


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Course Details

Start: 20231204Dec 04
End: 20231208Dec 08

Language: English

Sponsoring Organization: IMF

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Application Deadline: September 10, 2023

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