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FBI Workshop on money laundering, economic and financial crime investigations, Belgrade, 16-18 April 2013
A workshop on money laundering, economic and financial crime investigations is taking place in Belgrade. This training is jointly organized by the US Department of Justice, Office of the Resident Legal Advisor in Serbia and the OSCE Mission to Serbia. Agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigations will provide training to Serbian police officers, prosecutors, judges, and analysts of the Administration for the Prevention of Money Laundering (APML) on the methods of gathering and analyzing evidence in financial-crime cases. By working on mock-cases, the trainees will gain new knowledge and insights into forensic accounting and special analytical techniques used to support the suspicion in the origin of funds.
The representatives of the APML, Ms Jelena Pantelić, head of the Section for Analysis, and Ms Milunka Milanović, head of the Department for Supervision, gave a presentation on money laundering typologies in Serbia in 2012.