Activity

Mombasa, Kenya – January 2017
On behalf of CIVI POL, the consulting and service company of the French Ministry of the Interior that provides services in the areas of homeland security, civil protection and governance to clients in France and abroad, DCS participated in a week-long advanced AML/CFT training course delivered to representatives of the national intelligence agencies from the Greater Horn of Africa region under the auspices of an EU funded project. The countries involved are: Kenya; Ethiopia; Uganda; Tanzania; Somalia; Eritrea; Djibouti; Sudan; South Sudan; and Yemen.

Douglas, Isle of Man – February 2017
On behalf of TLC Business Solutions, DCS delivered a two-day advanced Anti-Money Laundering (AML), Countering Terrorist Financing (CFT), and Sanctions Awareness training course to compliance officers from various commercial companies represented on the Isle of Man.

Western Balkans (Serbia, Kosovo, Albania, Montenegro, Bosnia-Herzegovina) – March to September 2017
On behalf of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (Terrorism Prevention Branch), DCS participated in a two-day workshop in each country with local judges, prosecutors, and police on the threats to the region of returning foreign terrorist fighters and the financial methods that could be utilised to assist investigations.

Mombasa, Kenya – April 2017
On behalf of CIVI POL, the consulting and service company of the French Ministry of the Interior that provides services in the areas of homeland security, civil protection and governance to clients in France and abroad, DCS participated in a week-long advanced AML/CFT training course delivered to a range of prosecutors and judges from the Greater Horn of Africa region under the auspices of an EU funded project. The countries involved are: Kenya; Ethiopia; Uganda; Tanzania; Somalia; Eritrea; Djibouti; Sudan; South Sudan; and Yemen.

Amman, Jordan – May 2017
On behalf of the European Agency for Law Enforcement Training (CEPOL), DCS was invited to participate in a one-week training needs analysis visit to the Police Academy of the Royal Jordanian Police Special Branch. The objective was to assess any existing training programmes and then to discuss with the representatives of the academy what training needs there were. Thereafter, DCS was invited to develop a training course of five-days duration that encompassed the methodologies of financing terrorism together with explaining the benefits to overall counter terrorism investigation of the financial investigation process, through gathering intelligence to securing evidence. The course is intended to encourage the relevant Jordanian authorities to adopt financial investigation as a legitimate and cost-saving technique and to develop appropriate more in-depth training programmes.

Amman, Jordan – September 2017
On behalf of the European Agency for Law Enforcement Training (CEPOL), DCS designed and delivered with two colleagues a week-long CFT training course for members of the Jordanian Police Special Branch at their police academy premises. The specific objectives of the course were:
(1) To provide an overview of terrorist financing methods, EU CT strategy, best practices and typologies from the EU-MENA region, together with a practical demonstration of financial investigation methodology; and (2) To encourage the further development and use of financial intelligence and investigation in countering terrorism activity.

Islamabad, Pakistan – October 2017
On behalf of the National Crime Agency-UK through Sustainable Criminal Justice Solutions (Hants), DCS assisted in the design and delivery of a one week financial intelligence and investigation course to the National Accountability Bureau.

Nicosia, Cyprus – November 2017
In cooperation with Lopham Consultancy, DCS designed and delivered training courses in AML/CFT & Sanctions, Interview Techniques, and Financial Intelligence & Investigation to bank compliance officers and staff of the Central Bank of Cyprus.

Pwllheli, UK – June-December 2017
On behalf of the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe, DCS was selected as a subject matter expert to assist the Office of Internal Oversight to evaluate the AML/CFT projects undertaken by the OSCE in Montenegro, Uzbekistan, and Kyrgyzstan between 2006 - 2017.

Tunis, Tunisia – April 2016
On behalf of the European Agency for Law Enforcement Training (CEPOL), DCS was invited to participate in a one-week training needs analysis visit to the Police Academy of the Tunisian Police. The objective was to assess any existing training programmes and then to discuss with the representatives of the academy what training needs there were. Thereafter, DCS was invited to develop a training course of five-days duration that encompassed the methodologies of financing terrorism together with explaining the benefits to overall counter terrorism investigation of the financial investigation process, through gathering intelligence to securing evidence. The course is intended to encourage the relevant Tunisian authorities to adopt financial investigation as a legitimate and cost-saving technique and to develop appropriate more in-depth training programmes.

Chisinau, Moldova – April 2016
On behalf of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), DCS was a member of a three-person consortium that delivered a two-day Anti-Money Laundering, Countering Terrorist Financing, and Sanctions Awareness training seminar to key personnel from Moldovan financial institutions that was designed to help the attendees to better understand their obligations and how to be effective with constrained resources. The specific objective of the seminar was to increase the knowledge, understanding, skills, and abilities of representatives of the commercial banks in Moldova represented.

Kiev, Ukraine – May 2016
On behalf of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), DCS was a member of a three-person consortium that delivered two two-day Anti-Money Laundering (AML), Countering Terrorist Financing (CFT), and Sanctions Awareness training seminar to key personnel from Ukrainian financial institutions that was designed to help the attendees to better understand their obligations and how to be effective with constrained resources. The specific objective of the seminar was to increase the knowledge, understanding, skills, and abilities of representatives of the commercial banks in Ukraine represented.

Naivasha, Kenya – July 2016
On behalf of CIVI POL, the consulting and service company of the French Ministry of the Interior that provides services in the areas of homeland security, civil protection and governance to clients in France and abroad, DCS participated in a week-long AML/CFT training
course delivered to a range of prosecutors and judges from the Greater Horn of Africa region under the auspices of an EU funded project. The countries involved are: Kenya; Ethiopia; Uganda; Tanzania; Somalia; Eritrea; Djibouti; Sudan; South Sudan; and Yemen.

Naivasha, Kenya – September 2016
On behalf of CIVI POL, the consulting and service company of the French Ministry of the Interior that provides services in the areas of homeland security, civil protection and governance to clients in France and abroad, DCS participated in a week-long CFT training
course delivered to government employees from the Greater Horn of Africa region under the auspices of an EU funded project. The countries involved are: Kenya; Ethiopia; Uganda; Tanzania; Somalia; Eritrea; Djibouti; Sudan; South Sudan; and Yemen.

Douglas, Isle of Man – September 2016
On behalf of TLC Business Solutions, DCS delivered a two-day advanced Anti-Money Laundering (AML), Countering Terrorist Financing (CFT), and Sanctions Awareness training course to compliance officers from various commercial companies represented on the Isle of Man.

Istanbul, Turkey – October 2016
On behalf of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), DCS was a member of a three-person consortium that delivered a two-day Anti-Money Laundering, Countering Terrorist Financing, and Sanctions Awareness training seminar to key personnel from Turkish financial institutions that was designed to help the attendees to better understand their obligations and how to be effective with constrained resources. The specific objective of the seminar was to increase the knowledge, understanding, skills, and abilities of representatives of the commercial banks in Turkey represented.

Tunis, Tunisia – October 2016
On behalf of the European Agency for Law Enforcement Training (CEPOL), DCS designed and delivered with two colleagues a week-long CFT training course for members of the Tunisian Police Service at their police academy premises. The specific objectives of the course were:
(1) To provide an overview of terrorist financing methods, EU CT strategy, best practices and typologies from the EU-MENA region, together with a practical demonstration of financial investigation methodology; and (2) To encourage the further development and use of financial intelligence and investigation in countering terrorism activity.

Trier, Germany – November 2016
On behalf of the Academy of European Law (ERA), DCS participated in a seminar to address the current European AML landscape by focusing on the changes being implemented since the adoption of the 4th EU AML Directive. DCS chaired a session and delivered a presentation on: Compliance of European offshore banking centres and other countries within the EU’s neighbourhood with international AML standards: latest developments. The participants were mainly compliance officers from financial institutions across Europe, Judges, prosecutors, government officials, in-house counsel, lawyers in private practice, law enforcement officers, professionals working in the financial services sector, academics and other stakeholders.

Pwllheli, United Kingdom – October & November 2016
On behalf of the Association of Certified Anti Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS), DCS delivered a six-90 minute Webinars on compliance with international sanctions and KYC/CDD to a world-wide audience of trainee compliance officers and others studying AML/CFT matters.

Pwllheli, United Kingdom – 2016
In association with www.learncompliance.co.uk DCS Ltd has produced an online AML/CFT & Sanctions awareness training course. The course contains six modules of instruction, practical exercises and quizzes. It takes about 6 hours to complete the full course after which a certificate is provided to those successful students that can be used for Continued Professional Development (CPD) purposes. Feedback includes: “I have been in the industry for 29 years and this is the BEST online training program I have seen and done.”


 

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