VIETNAM COOPERATING WITH UNITED NATIONS TO CLEAN UP “MONEY LAUNDERING” !!
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JOURNALS of Monte Friesner >
Financial Crime Consultant for WANTED SA >
Friday November 12, 2010 >
WANTED SA has just learned this afternoon that Viet Nam has opened up an Anti Money Laundering Center to combat criminal activities in Viet Nam.
The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) in collaboration with the Ministry of Public Security opened Viet Nam's second computer-based, anti-money training centre yesterday in HCM City.
The centre is responsible for receiving, assessing and handing over information related to money laundering crimes to higher authorities. This center is one of the finest concepts in the region and is in full cooperation with the United Nations.
A two-day computer-based training course on anti-money laundering and combating the financing of terrorism was also held yesterday at the centre for 20 instructors who teach at the People's Police University.
Varat Phongthirasuwan from Thailand; an expert in the subject, described how police could equip themselves with the latest information and knowledge, including interrogation and investigation methods.
The first computer-based, Anti-Money training centre in Viet Nam opened on November 8 in Ha Noi. There are currently 300 training centers in 50 countries.
Viet Nam is to be congratulated on their brave efforts to combat Money Laundering and Criminal Activities in their country.
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