PSA hosts course on financial crime and money laundering
The People’s Security Academy (PSA) on November 4 opened a training course on “Fundamentals of Financial and Money Laundering Crimes,” which is conducted by experts from the Federal Bureau of Investigation of the U.S.
|Major General Le Van Thang speaks at the event.|
The opening ceremony saw the presence of Major General Le Van Thang, Director of the PSA; Senior Colonel Bui Son Hien, Vice Director of the Department of Education and Training; Lieutenant Colonel Nguyen Minh Hieu, Vice Director of the Department of Foreign Relations under the Ministry of Public Security and representatives from the U.S Embassy in Vietnam, experts from the FBI, and participating Vietnamese police officers.
Speaking at the ceremony, Major General Le Van Thang noted that the course was part of a series of cooperation activities in education and training on investigation and prevention and combat of transnational crimes agreed by leaders of the two sides.
|Delegates at the event.|
Major General Le Van Thang also clarified complicated and unpredictable developments in financial crime and money laundry and fine tricks used by criminals in these spheres. He expressed his hope that the U.S. experts would share their knowledge experience in investigating and fighting these types of crime.
Major General Le Van Thang also asked all trainees to seriously observe the course’ regulations, participate actively in discussions and effectively learn the knowledge and practical experience shared by U.S. experts so as to better perform their tasks after the course.