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FCF Bali 2008: Corporate Fraud, Asset Recovery and Cybercrime

Date: February 02, 2008
By: Gary Houl

KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA, February 02, 2008 - 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.

Who should attend?
Senior Executives and Directors in:
• Internal Audit
• Risk Management
• Money Laundering Detecting and Reporting
• Compliance
• Technologies and Operations
• Financial Control
• IT Directors
• Revenue and Customs Officers
• Anti Corruptions Officers, Police
• Asset Recovery Agnecy Officers
• Financial Intelligence Unit Officers
• Private Bankers
• Lawyers
• Money Transfer Agents

As a residential course, the price includes five days' workshops with lunch and materials, plus six nights' accommodation in a four star beach hotel (double or twin room), breakfast for one or two, airport transfers, a massage for one and island tour for one or two.
An optional guest programme for accompanying persons is under development.
Daily passes are available
Discounts are available for multiple bookings, members of the Society of Anti Money Laundering Professionals and for early booking.
Full details at
Contact via website or by phone to +6 03 2078 9152

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