CFPJ hosts a workshop on ways to fight money laundering and terrorism financing

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Wednesday, 09 January 2019 11:54
CFPJ hosts a workshop on ways to fight money laundering and terrorism financing

(Togo First) - On Monday 7th January, a five-day training workshop on ways to fight money laundering and terrorism financing commenced. The session is taking place at the Centre de formation des professions de Justice (CFPJ) in Lomé.

Gathered at the meeting are magistrates as well as top members of the police and army. They will be taught how to better fight money laundering and terrorism financing by improving their knowledge and practices relating to these issues.

In effect, the workshop’s goal is to teach “how to appropriately conduct a financial investigation and obtaining tangible results, how to interrogate criminals, how to record minutes, said Suzanne Soukoudé Fiawonou, head of CFPJ.

The ongoing workshop is one of a series started last December. It falls under a project to strengthen capacities to tackle money laundering and terrorism financing in West Africa (SAMOUA). This project is carried out in partnership with the Inter-governmental Action Group against Money Laundering in West Africa (GIABA).

The next workshop, a more advanced one, will be held in February 2019.

 
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