Identifying and Tracking Money Crime with Financial Investigative Techniques

ILEA Bangkok and Internal Revenue Service (IRS) collaboratively hosted the 9th Financial Investigative Techniques training at ILEA Bangkok campus, October 14-18, 2019, with 31 participants from 10 subscribing countries.

The one-week training by the IRS provided the participants the necessary investigative techniques, together with forensic accounting procedures to identify, investigate, and solve complex financial crime cases.  IRS instructors assisted participants in their learning by utilizing interactive lecture, group discussion, and practical exercises.

IRS instructors lectured on the process of tracking and identifying the illegal proceeds.

The participant was attentive to practical drills provided by IRS instructors.

Mr. Michael Rohlfs, Deputy Program Director, presents the certification to the Burmese graduate.


The graduates were posing with the IRS instructors and ILEA Bangkok management after the graduation ceremony.