Starting June 2022, ManchesterCF is partnering with AML Intelligence in delivering AML news and training in a new partnership.
Those who have successfully completed 12 modules will be emailed a certificate, issued by both ManchesterCF and the University of New Haven in Connecticut. Graduates will also be able to post the FIS digital certificate on their LinkedIn profiles demonstrating to peers that they have acquired their designation.
Many people perceive wildlife trafficking as a victimless crime . In reality , the illegal trade of wildlife can victimise everyone . Wildlife trafficking and the addendum black market that sustains the illegal trade of wildlife products hampers biodiversity , threatens the livelihoods of people , and impacts national security and economic development.
The United for Wildlife Taskforces have been operational for 3 years, with Transport launching in 2016 and Financial in October 2018. The role of the Taskforces have developed, having previously been focused on convening the key organisations and partners who can assist in combatting the trafficking of illegal wildlife products from source to destination, and the financial flows associated with it.