19 November, 2012
Vietnam will host the 2012 APG typologies workshop in Hanoi from 19-23 November 2012.
Each year the APG brings together law enforcement experts and financial/regulatory experts from across the membership to discuss recent trends in money laundering and terrorist financing. The workshop provides an opportunity for delegates to exchange information and attend awareness raising seminars.
Typologies work is the study of methods, techniques and emerging trends in serious crime – particularly money laundering (ML) and predicate crimes to ML. The APG undertakes continuous scoping of the environment to understand these trends and to detect vulnerabilities in financial systems that may facilitate these crimes. As part of the APG programme of study, typologies reports are published on this website which pull together case studies and areas of individual concern amongst our membership.
Click on the "typologies" button at the top of the screen for more information on our typologies work.
Photo: Hanoi, Vietnam at dusk