Corruption pollutes the markets, politics and development. More than 20 billion dollars is estimated to be stolen by corrupt officials every year. Impunity and control over the territory render criminals stronger.
Honest people and in particular entrepreneurs may find more difficult to resist to the criminal pressures when the rule of law is undermined and criminals are stronger than the state. They will be less likely to denounce pressures, violence and extortion if they do not consider public authorities capable of protecting them and enforce the law.
Organised crime enjoys impunity when a government is unable to perform its functions, strong institutional capacity is therefore crucial to effectively address the phenomenon.This course is designed to help people who enforce laws and policies, those who regulate financial services and put in place controls to prevent money laundering and financial crime.
NOTE: For our customised events all you need to do is provide us with what you want to achieve or tell us about the training requirements of the group and we will agree on a date, venue and produce a course proposal for you along with the costs. Discounts may be applicable for group booking or early birds.
|07/12/2020||11/12/2020||New York, USA||£2,600|