Open Source Intelligence & Deep Web Skills for Trade Finance Investigators
Thursday 14th and Friday 15th June 2018, St. Paul's London and Autumn 2018, Singapore
“Trade finance transactions are an attractive medium for money launderers to transfer large values across borders.” Monetary Authority of Singapore
This two-day open registration course, brought to you by the publishers of Lloyd's List Intelligence, uses real cases to give practical instruction by experienced practitioners on how to harness proven Open Source Intelligence methods and techniques to improve the productivity and effectiveness in the daily work-streams of investigators and analysts working in trade finance.
Who will benefit?
This course will involve two days of practitioner led classroom study and will be held in central London. Delegates will receive a course best practice guide of circa. 60 pages at the end of the course.
The next course date is Thursday 14th and Friday 15th June.Register your interest using the form below or email us at email@example.com.
Learn how to harness proven intelligence processes and time-efficient search methodologies.
Build out a clear picture of potential frauds and learn how to detect trade-based money laundering red flags.
Learn how to access offshore corporate registries.
Learn how to effectively monitor the horizon for impending risks as well as analysing known issues.
Trade-based money-laundering is possibly the biggest single method of moving illegal funds across jurisdictions and of layering illicit funds into the global financial system. To understand what amounts are being moved and across which jurisdictions, analysts need to be able to investigate individuals, companies and to quickly understand opaque industries.