Advanced Training Courses for Professors of Universities - Members of the International Network AML/CFT Institute - from Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan


Published At Oct 4, 2020

Professors of the International Network AML/CFT Institute’s universities completed advanced training course. A total of 173 trainees from Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan underwent training.

It is a specialized course for supervisory sector. Professors from the International Network AML/CFT Institute’s universities previously completed the basic and advanced levels of training.

The course featured two Forums: for junior AML/CFT experts and for professors of the International Network AML/CFT Institute’s universities.

The Forum for junior experts took place on October 9, 2020.

The Forum’s aim is to foster collaboration among students of the International Network AML/CFT Institute’s universities, professors who train AML/CFT experts, and representatives of organizations that will hire university graduates.

Vladimir Glotov, Deputy Director of the Federal Financial Monitoring Service, delivered a welcome speech to forum participants.

Advice for young experts from Vladimir Glotov

Karina Fortuna, leading consultant of the HR and Anti-Corruption Department at the Federal Financial Monitoring Service, told about financial intelligence career opportunities for young people.

Professors of universities - members of the International Network AML/CFT Institute - and representatives of the International Training and Methodology Centre for Financial Monitoring presented their reports. Young experts of Rosfinmonitoring as well as students aspiring to join the AML system in the future told about their experience of studying at the International Network AML/CFT Institute’s universities and finding employment. EAG Secretariat employee Nazerke Zhampeyis, who is a graduate of the International Network AML/CFT Institute’s university, shared her experience of studying and working in the AML/CFT sector.

To complete the training, the Forum for the International Network AML/CFT Institute’s professors was held on October 14, 2020. The Forum was attended by instructors who completed professional development courses and professors of Russian universities - members of the International Network AML/CFT Institute.

The Forum is aimed to facilitate an exchange of experience in organizing the training process at the International Network AML/CFT Institute’s universities amid pandemic, integrating artificial intelligence elements into the training and knowledge assessment process, and enhancing the mentorship and educational functions of the International Network AML/CFT Institute’s professors.

Welcoming remarks were delivered by Anna Frolova, head of the HR and Anti-Corruption Department at the Federal Financial Monitoring Service, and Vladimir Ovchinnikov, Director of the International Network AML/CFT Institute.

Sergey Guletskiy, head of the personnel recruitment and development office at the HR and Anti-Corruption Department at the Federal Financial Monitoring Service, presented a report on skills for the future.

An analyst of Transparent Blockchain, a system for monitoring cryptocurrency transactions, presented a report on the integration of artificial intelligence elements into the humanitarian sector of education, as well as into the relevant software products, models, and technologies.

EAG Secretariat employee Mirzosharif Sharipov discussed changes in the approach to organization of international events in the context of the pandemic.

Representatives of Moscow Engineering Physics Institute (MEPhI) and Rostov State University of Economics delivered presentations and reports on the organization of online training and development of professional skills: Anna Norkina, Nikolay Morozov, Pavel Leonov, Tatyana Proshina, Elena Alifanova.