Published March 29, 2019
Most corruption crimes involve financial transactions and the motive for many of these crimes is financial gain. ILEA Budapest provided a course which focuses on using financial investigative techniques and forensic accounting to solve corruption crimes. It is designed for criminal investigators and their supervisors, tax enforcement officials, and government prosecutors.
During this one week course, instructors from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) facilitated participants’ sharing of knowledge of financial investigations through methods including lectures with directed discussion, investigation studies, practical exercises, problem solving and role playing.
The 28 participants arrived from the following 4 countries: Bulgaria, Hungary, Slovakia, and Uzbekistan.
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