Tuesday, 13 February 2018 (RSVP by Friday 9 February 2018)
LIMITED SPOTS AVAILABLE
In the last 20 years the global law enforcement response to tackling money laundering has been increasingly technology driven, underpinned by improved legislation and coordinated through international cooperation. In this environment criminal money laundering syndicates have successfully exploited one of the oldest and most low tech money laundering typologies, Hawala. Hawala dealers circumvent international and domestic reporting obligations through an alternative remittance system which operates outside tradition financial institutions and formal remittance structures. Hawala dealers use trusted international networks to balance a vast number of transactions without ever moving any physical currency or conducting electronic funds transfers.
Detective Sergeant Timothy Underhill is responsible for managing a Money Laundering Investigations Team in the AFP Sydney Headquarters. Detective Sergeant Underhill has been a sworn investigator in the AFP for 11 years and has been based in both Sydney and Canberra Headquarters. Over his career he has managed money laundering, drug, foreign bribery, corruption and fraud investigations. Detective Sergeant Underhill is also a qualified Asia Pacific Group on Money Laundering Assessor, has been a Lead Examiner for the OECD and has been seconded to the FBI International Anti-Corruption Unit.
|Date||Tuesday, 13 February 2018|
|Location||FTI Consulting, Level 15, 50 Pitt Street SYDNEY NSW 2000|
|Agenda||5:15 pm Registration
5:30 pm Presentation by Timothy Underhill
6:20 pm Networking
8:00 pm Event concludes
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