Courses and events
Upcoming training opportunities, conferences and other events by the Basel Institute and partners
Illicit enrichment laws: an underused tool to target corruption and recover stolen assets?
This event will explore the growing use of illicit enrichment laws – also known as unexplained wealth laws – to obtain illicitly obtained assets without having to prove the specific criminal action that gave rise to these proceeds.
As part of the event, Asset Recovery Specialist Andrew Dornbierer will present his new open-access book on the subject, published by the Basel Institute on Governance in June 2021.
Wednesday, 30 June, 13:00 CET
Corrupting the Environment
A virtual dialogue series hosted by the Basel Institute on Governance and OECD, featuring monthly topical sessions in the first half of 2021.
At each session, a multi-stakeholder, multi-disciplinary panel will explore different issues of environmental degradation through the lens of financial crime and illicit trade, and seek to find creative solutions.
Next event: Corruption in the illegal waste trade, 16 June, 13:00 CET
Cryptocurrencies and Anti-Money Laundering Training
A four-day workshop on the fundamentals of cryptocurrencies, financial crime and anti-money laundering (AML) compliance. Learn to prevent, detect and investigate the use of virtual assets for illicit activities.
Next dates in 2021: 28 June – 1 July; 26–29 July 2021
eLearning Courses on Basel LEARN
The Basel Institute's free self-paced eLearning courses on asset tracing, intelligence gathering, financial analysis, terrorist financing and international judicial cooperation / mutual legal assistance in criminal matters.
Anti-Corruption Compliance Training and Guidance for SMEs
Guidance and training packages for small- and medium-sized enterprises on anti-corruption compliance, corruption and bribery prevention, and anti-corruption Collective Action
Corruption Prevention Training
Practitioner-focused training courses on: Quantitative and qualitative research methods on corruption and their application; Power and influence analysis; Developing context-sensitive social accountability initiatives; and Corruption research and anti-corruption practice
Ending Illegal Wildlife Trade Certificate
Free introductory online training programme (two hours) on how to identify and mitigate financial risks related to illegal wildlife trade. Co-developed by ACAMS and WWF with Basel Institute support