Our Co-Founder & CEO Aidan Larkin was invited to speak at the Annual General Meeting of the Asset Recovery Inter-Agency Network for South Africa (ARINSA) on 24th September. He discussed the problems with improving asset management, in particular when dealing with complex assets like cryptocurrency, and the asset management software solutions in development.
ARINSA is a group of criminal justice practitioners located in the Southern and Eastern regions of Africa who place a strong focus on strengthening the cooperation between members; allowing them to better share their knowledge on the forfeiture and recovery of assets. They cover all issues related to anti-money laundering and the recovery of illicit financial flows from criminal activities in these African regions.
The ARINSA AGM provides a forum for its members to discuss the developments and progress made by the network over the last year. It brings together representatives from across the globe in all sectors of the asset recovery industry to identify the existing gaps in cooperation and the priorities for the year ahead.
Aidan Larkin (Co-Founder & CEO) commented after the event:
“We’re delighted to be continuing our support to organisations such as ARINSA to improve Asset Recovery across Africa. We’re proud to support programmes that tackle the challenges and opportunities presented by improving asset management and dealing with complex assets like cryptocurrency. Thanks to Atuweni-Tupochile Agbermodj and Lindy Muzila for the invitation to the AGM.”
Member states of ARINSA include:
Democratic Republic of Congo
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