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Mauritius Financial Crime Prevention & Detection FREE webinar on June 13, 2024, you are invited.

13/05/2024

Exciting News for Professionals in Mauritius! We're thrilled to announce a FREE webinar that's just for you!

A FREE webinar titled:- "Securing the Mauritian Territory: Strategies for Financial Crime Prevention & Detection" is happening on June 13, 2024, and you're invited!

Join us at 10:00 BST / 13:00 Mauritian Time for an insightful session with Dipty Gajadur moderating and Mathew Beale, a renowned AML/CFT/CPF expert, sharing his expertise. 🌟

This FREE webinar is your chance to hear about cutting-edge strategies dedicated to maintaining the integrity of our financial systems. You can take advantage of this opportunity to enhance your skills and knowledge.

🔒 Reserve your spot for FREE and be part of the movement towards securing the financial borders of Mauritius.

Register here: https://lnkd.in/gAHvKYce

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