LEARN new skills to fight financial crime with the Basel Institute’s free eLearning courses and practical resources for law enforcement, anti-money laundering and compliance professionals
This quick guide sets out how criminals abuse the gambling industry to launder illicit funds. It includes numerous recent case studies to illustrate different ways of laundering money in casinos, online gambling websites, bars and clubs, as well as physical and online sports betting services....
This case study describes how authorities in Kenya and Jersey worked together to unlock progress in a long-running case involving around USD 3.7 million in corruptly acquired funds. The money was held in the bank account of the shelf company Windward Trading, which was used to channel corrupt ...
This is the final technical report of the research project Addressing bribery in the Tanzanian health sector: A behavioural approach. Previous research has shown that social norms of gift-giving and reciprocity are linked to patterns of bribery in the Tanzanian health sector. Health facility ...
This report relates to the research project Addressing bribery in the Tanzanian health sector: A behavioural approach. As part of the project, a pilot behavioural intervention was implemented at a Tanzanian hospital that aimed to shift hospital users’ and health providers’ attitudes and perceived...
Managing staff training and professional development is challenging for many public organisations and agencies. Many agencies seeking to build capacity to investigate financial crimes and recover illicit funds now use free Basel LEARN courses to help staff gain key skills. But there’s a lot more we can do together to take your training offer to the next level.
Introducing Basel Open Learning, a Basel Institute service for public agencies focused on anti-corruption, anti-money laundering and asset recovery:
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The practical examples made learning interactive and interesting. For instance, enabling the learner to enter a name and search a database, following how the case progressed, showing links between several information sources and providing practical tools
An excellent course - a huge amount of information, applied learning, interactive slides and notes, extremely practical. I am a business professional with 15+ years of experience and learned so much from this course.