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Cablegate: Final Nominations to Participate in "Complex Financial

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BANGKOK FOR ILEA PROGRAM DIRECTOR - AL CZERSKI
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SUBJECT: FINAL NOMINATIONS TO PARTICIPATE IN "COMPLEX FINANCIAL
INVESTIGATIONS" TRAINING COURSE IN BANGKOK FROM OCTOBER 5-9, 2009

REF: 09 STATE 93083; 09 HANOI 862

1. (SBU) Post nominates the following Vietnamese government
officials to participate in the training course titled "COMPLEX
FINANCIAL INVESTIGATIONS" to be held in Bangkok from October 5-9,
2009. The visit is funded by the International Law Enforcement
Academy (ILEA) in Bangkok, Thailand. Both Post and the Department
have vetted the following nominees and have not found any credible
evidence of gross violations of human rights by these individuals.

2. (SBU) Candidates:

Full name: Ta Quang Huy

Gender: Male

Position: Deputy Chief

Agency: Information Collection and Analysis Division, Anti-Money
Laundering Information Center, State Bank of Vietnam

DPOB: September 16, 1965; Vietnam

Passport No.: S1055799

Full name: Nguyen Van Toan

Gender: Male

Position: Banking Officer

Agency: Information Collection and Analysis Division, Anti-Money
Laundering Information Center, State Bank of Vietnam

DPOB: September 11, 1979; Vietnam

ID No.: 012 589 982 (Passport issuance in process)

Full name: Tran Nguyen Giang

Gender: Male

Position: Specialist

Agency: Technical and Network Administration Division, Anti-Money
Laundering Information Center, State Bank of Vietnam

DPOB: July 13, 1Q; Vietnam

ID No.: 012 748 941 (Passport issuance in process)

Full name: Tran Dinh Trung

Gender: Male

Position: Specialist

Agency: Technical and Network Administration Division, Anti-Money
Laundering Information Center, State Bank oQietnam

DPOB: June 14, 1981; Vietnam

IDQ.: 013 196 283 (Passport issuance in process)

Full name: Nguyen Dau

Gender: Male

Position: Head of Training Department

Agency: Vietnamese Tax College, General Department of Taxation


DPOB: March 15, 1963; Vietnam

ID No.: 200 091 324 (Passport issuance in process)

Full name: Nguyen Viet Thach

Gender: Male

Position: Deputy Chief of Anti-Corruption Investigation Department,
Region II and Industrial Economics Group

Agency: Anti-Corruption Department, State Inspectorate

DPOB: October 21, 1969; Vietnam

ID No.: 050 342 294 (Passport issuance in process)

3. (U) Adam Ross, rossad@state.gov, tel.# 84-4-3850-5148.
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