Development of new financial investigation training modules for Indonesia
In the context of ICAR's one-year multi-phase training programme in financial investigation and asset recovery for the Indonesian Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK), funded by USAID/Management Systems International, ICAR has developed a series of new training modules jointly with the International Anti-Corruption Resource Centre (IACRC).
This series includes modules on financial investigation in procurement and in mega construction projects, in the oil & gas industry and in the forestry sector, as well as modules on financial investigation challenges related to the use of offshore corporate structures.
Since December 2013, these new sessions have been rolled out in a series of training workshops to practitioners of the KPK, tailor-made to the Indonesian legal and institutional context.
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