Sayari Master Class: Venezuela Investigations
Register to join our upcoming live Master Class on Venezuela Investigations with Bjorn Kjelstad, Latin America Analyst on Tuesday, June 23rd, 2020 at 1:00 PM EDT.
You’ll discover a wealth of knowledge and insights from Sayari’s own analysts focusing on regional suggestions and investigative methods.
Topics will include:
- How to access and interpret Venezuelan public records
- Expert tips and tricks for searching for Venezuelan targets
- Live walkthrough of an investigation into a Venezuelan money-laundering network, using Sayari Graph
This session is ideal for you if you:
- Focus on anti-money laundering, anti-corruption, or other investigations in Venezuela or the LATAM region
- Want to improve your LATAM search techniques
- Want to view the Sayari Graph platform through the eyes of Sayari analysts
Due to the limited availability, early registration is strongly recommended to ensure your participation. To save your seat, fill out the form below:
About your Sayari instructor:
Bjorn Kjelstad is a Latin America Analyst with Sayari Labs, where he specializes in using public records to investigate transnational criminal networks in the region. Before joining Sayari, Bjorn worked with InSight Crime in Medellin, Colombia conducting research on organized crime in Latin America. He holds a BA in Latin American Studies and Spanish from Gustavus Adolphus College and is proficient in Spanish.
Recent Posts from Bjorn:
A recent multimillion-dollar seizure of contraband clothing in Paraguay suggests that contraband smuggling continues to be a persistent problem affecting the country. While contraband smugglers are constantly refining their techniques to evade law enforcement, public...
Intermediaries of Venezuela’s CLAP Program Linked to Companies in Lebanon A public records investigation using Sayari Search uncovered six companies in Lebanon with names similar to known intermediaries of the Venezuelan government’s subsidized food program (CLAP)....
An accused fentanyl producer arrested by Mexican authorities earlier this year owns and operates several chemical companies, an investigation by Sayari has found. These companies could be channels for importing illegal fentanyl precursors into Mexico or diverting...