Special Podcast – The War on Money Laundering and Why You Should Care
The War on Money Laundering
Jordan Harbinger, host of the popular podcast, the Jordan Harbinger Show, invited our own Joshua Fruth, Director of the AML Advisory Services’ Special Investigations Unit (SIU), to be a guest on a special edition of the show covering money laundering. In the program, Joshua explains money laundering is, how tracking it puts a finger on the pulse of global terrorism and international crime, and why even the law-abiding among us should be paying attention to how money laundering is at the root of nearly everything nefarious witnessed in current events. Although the podcast covers many basic elements of money laundering, even the most senior-level specialists are likely to learn more about insider tradecraft and advanced approaches to timely detection.
- What money laundering is and how it works.
- Who benefits and who loses from money laundering.
- How an investigator learns to think like the people he or she is investigating.
- What needs to happen before intelligence gathering can even begin.
- Why tracking the money trail is so valuable in the fight against criminals and terrorists.
- And much more…
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