Paraguay’s Secretariat for the Prevention of Money or Property Laundering (SEPRELAD) published a post on its website highlighting the role of K2 Integrity in providing training on AML/CFT issues both to supervisory entities and to more than 500 participants from Paraguayan financial institutions and designated non-financial businesses and professions. The workshop—“Strengthening of the AML/CFT Preventive System”—is provided through the U.S. State Department Countering the Financing of Terrorism in South America Program, and is being implemented by K2 Integrity, GovRisk, and the American Bar Association in Argentina, Brazil, and Paraguay.
The training sessions in Paraguay were delivered by K2 Integrity’s Mariano Federici, Fárida Paredes, and former GAFILAT Executive Secretary Alejandro Montesdeoca. K2 Integrity delivered specialized training to these regulated sectors on areas of its unique expertise, such as financial crimes risk management (with a focus on terrorist financing risk management), and the implementation of UN targeted financial sanctions programs and OFAC sanctions programs.
The workshop was organized and coordinated by SEPRELAD and included the participation of Minister René Fernández Bobadilla, the agency’s head, as well as his deputy, Vice Minister Carmen Pereira Bogado.
Read the post in its entirety (published in Spanish).