Imran is a member of the Financial CrimesUnit under INTERPOL’s Criminal Networks Sub-directorate. He is responsible for coordinating cases relating to financial crime investigations and asset recovery matters with INTERPOL’s member countries. He speaks at various international fora and collaborates closely with other international partners for projects in the field of financial crime.

Prior to his stint at INTERPOL, Imranhadmore than 10years’experiencewith the Singapore Police Force (SPF), particularly in the field of financial investigation and financial intelligence at the Commercial Affairs Department (CAD). He has taken on various postings at CAD, including with the Suspicious Transaction Reporting Office (the FinancialIntelligence Unit of Singapore), the International Cooperation Branch and the Inter-Agency Committee for the Financial Action Task Force’s Mutual Evaluation of Singapore. He was also appointed as a trainer with the Home Team School of Criminal Investigation.

Imran currently holds a bachelor’s degree of Business from the Nanyang Technological University and a Postgraduate Diploma in Anti-Money Laundering/Counter Financing Terrorism (AML/CFT) from the International Compliance Association(ICA).