• It will be carried out in coordination with 4 universities.

Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas.- The Autonomous University of Chiapas, through the Legal Research Institute, will carry out the Inter-institutional Diploma on the prevention of money laundering and combating the financing of terrorism in the sector of vulnerable activities.

The academic activity has the objective of disseminating compliance with the Regime for the Prevention of Money Laundering (PLD) and the Fight against Financing of Terrorism (CFT), as well as international standards on the matter.

This course, which will take place on Friday and Saturday from July 2 to August 7 of this year, in the distance modality, is organized in conjunction with the University of Colima, the Juárez Autonomous University of Tabasco, the Autonomous University of Baja Southern California and the Benito Juárez Autonomous University of Oaxaca.

The Diploma is aimed at people who carry out Vulnerable Activities (AV’s), those responsible for compliance who have accepted their designation in accordance with article 20 of the Federal Law on Operations with Resources of Illicit Origin and all people interested in acquiring up-to-date knowledge on the subject. .

After completing the five modules that make up the diploma and covering the respective 125 hours, the participants will have knowledge and skills applicable to the Certification process on PLD and CFT in the AV Sector, which will be convened by the Intelligence Unit. (FIU) of the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit (SHCP).

Each of the topics to be discussed during the eight weeks of activities will be presented by experts from each of the five institutions that organize the course, such as the Doctor of Law, Marla Daniela Rivera Moya; the consultant on Prevention of Money Laundering and the New Criminal Justice System, Jorge Lara Rivera; the doctor in Criminal Law and Human Rights, Miguel Ontiveros Alonso, among others.