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Corporate Fraud, Asset Recovery and Cybercrime, FCF Bali 2008

Date: February 01, 2008
By: Media Relations

Are you worried about corporate fraud? Wondering how to get money back when criminals have shifted it overseas? Is computer crime disturbing your sleep? Are those pesky money laundering laws haunting your every move? If so, The Financial Crime Forum's 2008 Bali Residential Workshop is for you!

London and Kuala Lumpur, 30 January 2008. The Financial Crime Forum has announced FCF Bali 2008. This five-day residential training course called “Corporate Fraud, Asset Recovery and Cybercrime” will examine

- conducting an effective internal fraud investigation

- cross-border tracking and tracing

- money laundering in an offshore environment with specific reference to private and merchant banking, securities and trade.

- how non-financial institutions are affected by laws to combat money laundering and terrorist financing

- combating cybercrime including identity crime, unauthorised access, mining data to identify problems and developing and enforcing a computer security policy.
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