Binance, the world’s leading blockchain, and cryptocurrency infrastructure provider, delivered a workshop on cryptocurrency and blockchain technology for law enforcement and banking professionals today in Calgary.
Among the topics addressed at the full day workshop are the concepts of blockchain and crypto assets, Binance’s AML (anti-money laundering) policies, and the processes and tools developed by the company to collaborate with authorities in the fight against cyber and financial crimes.
Binance Canada’s Chief Anti-Money Laundering Officer (CAMLO) was joined by the global investigation department of Binance as well as the company’s leadership team in Canada for the workshop.
Panels will include speakers from the Calgary Police Service (CPS) Cybercrimes unit, Chainalysis, a blockchain analysis company that works with the FBI and CIA in the United States, numerous Law Enforcement Agencies in Canada, a regulatory legal expert from BLG, and two of Canada’s most prominent Crown Prosecutors who specialize in Blockchain and Cryptocurrency.
In addition, Binance’s Americas Head of Intelligence and Investigations Matt Price, former IRS Criminal Investigation Special Agent at the Cyber Crime Unit in Washington, with opening remarks from the Binance Canada CEO, Lawrence Truong.
This workshop is part of a series of trainings offered by Binance for law enforcement, the legal community, and peer organizations globally and for the first time in Canada, leading the way in developing the blockchain and crypto industry to ensure a safe environment around the world, promote anti-fraud and investor protection initiatives working collaboratively with regulators, legislators, and governments.