Tailor-made Training for Representatives of Anti-Corruption Law Enforcement and Financial Intelligence Units of BRICS Countries

Last week IACA delivered a three-day online tailor-made training for representatives of anti-corruption law enforcement and financial intelligence units of BRICS countries and professionals from compliance, risk management and procurement departments of the New Development Bank (NDB). The training programme was jointly organized by IACA and the NDB to strengthen regional capacities in fighting corruption while focusing on emergency response and economic recovery programmes.

Sessions were delivered by Rebecca Li (anti-corruption, financial crime investigation and corporate governance consultant and Expert Advisor to the Hong Kong Independent Non-Executive Director Association), Neil Smith (OSINT training & research specialist), Pawan Kumar Sinha (Director of Academic Programmes Department at IACA) and Eduard Ivanov (Professor and Senior Researcher at IACA). Thematic areas included tackling corruption in the age of Covid-19, open source investigation techniques, emerging technologies, and combating legalization of proceeds gained from corruption.

Tailor-made trainings are IACA’s customized programmes for specific organizations, corporations, or institutions, addressing the unique challenges that each one faces in preventing and fighting corruption.  For more information about the Academy’s tailor-made training programmes, click here

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