Name: Jamie Cooke Company: CAML Global Position: Partner Role: Specialising in anti-money laundering compliance and training, he has a wealth of experience of delivering interactive training across Ireland/UK. Track record: Jamie brings a specialised knowledge of financial crime having been involved within the sector for a number of years. He has been involved in the preparation and delivery of over 150 dedicated |anti-money laundering courses.
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