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Futurum's Managing Director Ashley Croft will be at the Security and Policing Exhibition tomorrow, the 6th March 2018, at Stand A31 with the Covert Technical Suppliers Forum. Please contact Ashley via email@example.com to book a private appointment to discuss our wide ranging training portfolio covering the areas of intelligence analysis, covert tradecraft, elicitation and social media exploitation and much more.
We are pleased to announce that we will be at the Security and Policing exhibition in Farnborough on the Covert Technical Suppliers Forum stand on 6th March 2018. This official UK Government event and one of the largest security exhibitions in the world.
Just shows the steps that will be taken to try and avoid sanctions
Interesting article about how China's trade with North Korea is finally starting to drop off as sanctions take effect.
Interesting article in the Mail regarding the uplift in insurance revenue due to corruption in Brazil
Futurum's Managing Director Ashley Croft attended an 'Exporting is Great' Latin America networking event in Reading today. It was a great opportunity to meet many representatives from the region. The photo below is of Baroness Bonham Carter the PM's Trade Envoy to Mexico who addressed the event.
An official at a Singapore company at the heart of a $30 million U.S. Navy corruption scandal was sentenced Friday to five years and three months in prison, and ordered to pay $35 million in restitution to the U.S. government.
Futurum will be exhibiting at Security & Policing between 8th and 10th March 2016 at stand F38. We look forward to meeting delegations and representatives from the many countries attending. If you would like to book a 'one to one' appointment please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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In a damning report Transparency International levels serious criticism at Britain's 'woefully inadequate' anti money laundering system