Master Class: Data and Graph Analytics for AML and KYC: Uncovering Illicit Fentanyl Networks in Mexico and China
This Master Class is ideal for those who focus on anti-money laundering, due diligence and KYC, or other investigations in Latin America and East Asia, are concerned about hidden exposure to illicit fentanyl networks and want to learn how to leverage public data in your workflows.
Topics will include:
- Mexico and China’s changing roles in fentanyl trafficking
- How to investigate illicit networks using Mexican corporate records
- Case study: Sinaloa-based fentanyl trafficking and money laundering network tied to East Asia
Date: Thursday, April 8th
Time: 1:00 PM ET / 17:00 UTC
Length: 60 Minutes
Please note, due to the nature of this content, Sayari may revoke registration at any point without prior notification.
About your Sayari Team:
is a senior Latin America Analyst at Sayari, where he specializes in using public records to investigate transnational criminal networks. He previously worked in Medellin, Colombia for InSight Crime, where he reported on organized crime, and is fluent in Spanish.
is an Asia Analyst at Sayari, where she specializes in data-driven analysis of Chinese State-owned Enterprises, forced labor, and illicit finance. Before joining Sayari, she worked at C4ADS and Trivium China. Alex holds a B.A. in International Relations and Chinese from the College of William and Mary and has studied at Tsinghua University in Beijing. She is fluent in Mandarin and Spanish.
Since its founding in 2015, Sayari has earned the trust of top financial institutions, Fortune 100 corporations and government agencies, securing a $40M Series C in 2021. Sayari is headquartered in Washington, D.C., and its solutions are used by more than 3,000 frontline analysts in 35 countries.