On May 25, 2021, Don Fort participates in the virtual program “Money Laundering and Mitigating Global Financial Crime in Canada 2021.” Don Fort is participating in Day 3 of the program, with a presentation entitled “Mastering Money Laundering Intelligence and Criminal Investigations.”
Money laundering is a pervasive part of many sectors of the BC economy that poses practical, financial, legal, ethical, and reputational risks for lawyers, law firms, government agencies, and companies.
This 3-day course provides an understanding of the law as well as a deep dive into external criminal pressures from around the world that impact BC. Experts will share their knowledge and identify high-risk areas and typologies (whether the risks arise from clients, transactions, geopolitical pressures, capital flight, drug trafficking, fraud, sanctions, or politically exposed persons), and explain how to mitigate those risks. Attendees will learn how to master money laundering investigations and conduct financial crime intelligence gathering for clients and agencies.
“Mastering Money Laundering Intelligence and Criminal Investigations” is being moderated by program chair Christine Duhame, with Irene N. Kenyon and Don Fort participating.
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