Terrorist Cell Indicators
Thursday, September 22, 2016
We invite you to attend the executive workshop on Terrorist Cell Indicators on Thursday, September 22 in the Grand Hotel Kempinski in Geneva.
The purpose of this workshop is to bring to life the Terrorist Cell Indicators (TCI) that are prevalent and identifiable in banking data. We organize this workshop in cooperation with Analysis International, a consulting company with extensive experience in detecting terrorist activity by analysis of financial transactions. The workshop is led by Grahame White from Analysis International.
In the workshop you will actively participate in the detection of such activities. We will examine the data, identify the indicators and then link them to the activity as well as recognize the radicalization process as it can be seen in banking data. We will bring you up to speed with the TCI proposition and enable you to start initiatives within your organization”
Key objectives for attending this workshop include
- Understand the typologies and trends of terrorist financing.
- Be more proficient in financial investigation and the analysis of counter terrorist financing.
- Understand how financial intelligence can be used in identifying and disrupting terrorist financing.
- Gain access to a unique reservoir of CTF material.
- Develop direct relationships with the Analysis International team.
Agenda (8:30 a.m. - 1.00 p.m.)
Register here for free.
Currently Director of Analysis International a bespoke financial intelligence and analytics/training company with a global footprint and client base, across Military, Financial Sector and Law Enforcement.
Grahame is currently engaged in the development of the first and only Software programme with SAS that creates alerts after identifying Terrorist Cell Indicators within banking activity. This software is designed to support the Financial Sector in its proactive intelligence effort against Islamic and other forms of Terrorism.
Former Head of European Operations for ACAMS (Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists).
Grahame has a substantial network of contacts in the European AML regime having spent two years working closely with senior figures to support their staff and organisations on AML qualifications, training, and staff career development.
Previously a Detective at the National Terrorist Financial Investigations Unit at New Scotland Yard with substantial Counter Terrorist Financing experience. Designated financial investigator for Operation Crevice (The fertilizer plot), and 7/7 the suicide attacks on the London Transport Network.
He holds a Master’s Degree in Fraud Management and CAMS certificate.