Tracing & Repossession
Would you like to learn to carry out a financial investigation independently? Then the Tracing & Repossession training is for you! During this training course you will learn, among other things, how to repossess the earnings from committed crime in an efficient and legally correct manner. You will also learn to include various targeted measures in a research plan and operationalised in investigation organisations. In addition, you will be given an answer to the question of how you can approach ‘repossession’ in a more chain-oriented way.
This course is taught in small groups to meet the individual training needs of participants. We use an intake form to identify the wishes and priorities prior to the training.
The training is given by the experts of the Study Centre for Public Safety (SPV), collaboration partner of DataExpert.
Who is this training for?
This training is intended for future financial-economic fraud investigators. For this training, work experience in the financial sector or talent for finance is important.
What do you learn during the training?
Depending on wishes and needs, a wide range of topics can be discussed during this training.
- Generating financial information on suspicious natural or legal persons or companies.
- Collaboration in a financial investigation between generalists, specialists and coordinators.
- Dealing with different (financial) intervention strategies.
- The essence of financial intelligence: deprivation of unlawful advantage, legal framework, detection of tactical consequences and working methods (benefit calculation, asset tracing, scam structures, etc.).
- Money laundering: legal framework, detection of tactical consequences and working methods (working with indicators, law of evidence, identifying structures, etc.).
- Investigate regular forms of fraud (e.g. bankruptcy fraud, mortgage fraud, corporate fraud).
- Repossession (account preservation, criminal execution investigation, etc.).
- Dealing with special target groups in terms of intelligence and investigation (financial institutions, secret keepers, financial service providers, etc.).
- Relevant aspects of criminal, administrative and civil law of evidence.
- Relevant financial, business economics and accounting knowledge.