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Post-conference Workshops - 23 February 2017

Workshop C

09:00 AM How to Conduct a Successful Financial Crime Investigation

Lawrence Wong, Chief Superintendent, Hong Kong Police Ivan Au, Detective Senior Inspector, Hong Kong Police
With emerging financial crime threats, it is more crucial than ever for law enforcement and financial institutions to collaborate and optimise investigative capabilities. Join our workshop leaders as they share exciting investigation case studies from across the Pacific and all of Asia, deepdiving into well proven techniques to improve on crossborder investigations.

Learning outcomes:
  • How to maximise intelligence sharing – collaborating with law enforcement to track illegal activity through communication channels
  • Establishing best reporting practices for fraudulent activity
  • Leveraging on state-of-the-art tools and techniques to investigate cross-border activities
  • How to optimise your investigative and reporting capabilities within accounting, investigation services, analysts and compliance professionals industries

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Lawrence Wong

Chief Superintendent
Hong Kong Police
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Ivan Au

Detective Senior Inspector
Hong Kong Police

Workshop D

1:00 PM How to Conduct a Successful Asset Recovery Investigation

Inger A. E. Coll, Expert Team Member, OECD International Academy for Tax Crime Investigation
How can you make asset recovery an integral part of every financial investigation, and succeed in getting money back? Join our workshop leader Inger as she shares exciting investigation stories with particular emphasis on asset recovery, giving an in depth account of how to ensure that criminals are deprived of their assets.

Learning outcomes:
  • Planning an investigation for asset recovery, showing the critical points of each step
  • Learning the importance of securing assets as early as possible
  • International recommendations for best practice on legal frame work on asset recovery

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Inger A. E. Coll

Expert Team Member
OECD International Academy for Tax Crime Investigation