New head for Australian anti-money laundering unit, and other recent job news

Former police official appointed chief executive of Australian anti-money laundering and terrorism finance unit

Victoria state parliament in Melbourne, the city where Austrac is based

Senior Australian crime fighter Paul Jevtovic will take over as head of the country's anti-money laundering unit from November 17, Australian justice minister Michael Keenan said last week.

Jevtovic will become chief executive of the Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (Austrac), a government agency charged with countering money laundering and terrorism finance in Australia.

He is currently executive director of operations at the Australian Crime Commission (ACC).


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