John Burrow and Peter Cannell (one of our Consultants who is a practicing lawyer in the Isle of Man) will be delivering 2 x 2 day courses to 60 members of the Mauritian Bankers Association in Mauritius in October. We are pleased to be working with regular partners in Mauritius and these courses represent the second delivery by us to the MBA this year. In 2018 we have already been engaged to deliver several OSINT courses for them
Mark Cameron delivered a 3 day OSINT course in our training room at AML Consulting’s Offices in Kent. We had representatives from the FCO, UK National Crime Agency, private sector and our own Consultants on the course I am grateful for the positive post course feedback that I have received. If anyone is interested in attending one of our future courses please email Lawrie Day.
Lawrie Day recently visited Kiev to undertake a training needs analysis in respect of Open Source Intelligence Techniques (OSINT) for the newly established National Agency for Identifying, Tracing and Management of Assets Derived from Corruption and Other Crimes (ARMA) and then to deliver a presentation on how OSINT can be effectively used to support the operational needs of the Agency.
Read more about the Agency by visiting arma.gov.ua/en/, or by clicking here .
David Artingstall has just returned from a visit to Chisinau, Moldova having completed a scoping visit to meet stakeholders from the National Anti-Corruption Agency, The General Prosecutors Office and the Central Bank to assist with drafting and implementation of an AML/CFT Strategy. We will be assisting in road mapping the AML/CFT Strategy beyond 2017.
Lawrie Day, John Burrow and Shaun Galloway delivered a 3-day interactive workshop for Senior Anti-Corruption Practitioners from Palestine and the Kingdom of Jordan at the Council of Europe’s Headquarters in Strasbourg. The workshop was the fourth of six activities delivered by AML Consulting under the auspices of a CoE capacity building project on asset recovery and was focused on understanding how criminals use offshore jurisdictions and structures to conceal the proceeds of corruption. Lawrie Day also presented on intelligence development regarding offshore businesses using OSINT.
Following the success of the Financial Investigation (FI) Managers course delivered to Senior Managers of the 7 Regional Security System countries in December 2016, Lawrie Day, Charlie Dickin and Rod Stokes delivered a second course to 15 RSS FI Managers in Bridgetown, Barbados in May 2017.
AML Consulting (Global) Ltd would like to thank Gary Jones and the staff at the RSS Asset Recovery Unit in Barbados for arranging this course, which is part of a wider delivery by our company of financial investigation, OSINT and management training in support of the RSS Asset recovery Unit’s regional strategy.
John Burrow and Miroslava Milenovic delivered an offshore money laundering typologies course based on a public procurement corruption case scenario to members of the Jordanian Anti-Corruption Commission in Amman. This was the third activity in the previously mentioned Council of Europe project and took place in May. John and Miroslava are pictured with Hhala Al Shuraiki (International Cooperation Officer).
Following the delivery of the OSINT course to ACC colleagues in Jordan, as the next part of our current Middle Eastern project with the Council of Europe, Rod Stokes & Justin Leary delivered a 5-day course to Anti-Corruption Officials in Ramallah in April. We would like to thank all those who attended for their hard work and Gaia Manselli of the Council of Europe for her assistance in managing the project.
Lawrie Day and Justin Leary delivered an OSINT course to Investigators of the Jordanian Anti Corruption Commission and members of the AML Unit in Amman between the 20th – 23rd March 2017. This was part of a wider project being delivered by AML Consulting Global (Ltd) on behalf of the Council of Europe, which will also see delivery of additional OSINT, offshore money laundering and international cooperation courses & seminars in both Jordan and Ramallah, Palestine, before the end of November 2017. We would like to thank the participants for their enthusiasm, hard work and kind feedback on this successful course.
AML Consulting have delivered the first Open Source internet Intelligence training course in Uzbekistan on behalf of the National Crime Agency. The successful completion of the 5-day interactive course by the 14 participants received personal recognition from the British Ambassador, His Excellency Christopher Allan.