AML Consulting Global Continues Its Longstanding Assistance To The National Crime Agency

By July 22, 2019Uncategorized
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AML Consulting Global continued its longstanding assistance to the National Crime Agency and British Embassies in Asia last week when Nadia Tuominen and Jon Blake delivered a Strategic Intelligence and Analysis training course at the Academy of the General Prosecutors Office in Tashkent to various representatives from Uzbekistan law enforcement agencies.

We would like to thank the participants who were fully engaged and delivered some excellent exercise briefings.

 

We would also like to thank Fred Hellon (NCA) and Luiza Khanipova (British Embassy) for their exceptional work in delivering their program of technical assistance throughout the region and promoting the close relationships between the UK and Asian countries.

The most rewarding aspect for us and all that have been involved in this process is that the international community is now starting to recognise tangible results in the form of Unexplained Wealth Orders and other international cooperation in respect of asset recovery led by the UK but now with international cooperation that is encouraged by the real prospect of the repatriation of proceeds of crime.

 

Read more about our work in Uzbekistan

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