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St Helena : FINANCIAL AND FORENSIC AUDIT TRAINER
Submitted by Saint Helena Herald (Public Relations Information Office) 26.10.2013 (Article Archived on 23.11.2013)

On Island for three weeks is Financial and Forensic Audit Trainer Llewelyn Williams. Llewelyn will conduct a series of training sessions in HM Customs and Revenue in the area of process checking to ensure the local Tax Office staff develop the correct skills and principles to access and analyse information.





FINANCIAL AND FORENSIC AUDIT TRAINER



 



 On Island for three weeks is Financial
and Forensic Audit Trainer Llewelyn Williams. Llewelyn will conduct a series of
training sessions in HM Customs and Revenue in the area of process checking to
ensure the local Tax Office staff develop the correct skills and principles to
access and analyse information.

 



Llewelyn will also conduct training on forensics as well as
money laundering. He commented:



“Forensics means basically to look at something in
detail and to search for something that isn’t apparent to others.



“If you are looking at an individual’s tax records for
example, staff need to be keeping an eye out for anything in the books that
might be indicative of money laundering.”



Based at the terminal building at the Wharf, Llewelyn will
also be checking the current systems and sharing his experiences and knowledge
of running a tax office in the UK.



Llweelyn has over thirty years experience in the UK in her
Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) with specialties in tax fraud
investigating and consultancy. Llewelyn said:



“In essence, my job is to make sure the right person
pays the right tax at the right time.”



SHG



21 October 2013



 





 

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