GLMS contributes to the 11th INTERPOL Match-Fixing Task Force Meeting
The 11th INTERPOL Match-Fixing Task Force Meeting is taking place from 10 to 12 December 2019 in Singapore. The INTERPOL Match-Fixing Task Force (IMFTF) brings together law enforcement agencies around the world to tackle competition manipulation and related corruption in sport.
GLMS Intelligence Analyst, Daniel Chan, participated in this important event and presented how the GLMS intelligence system works as well as how GLMS detected irregularities and issued a full report, analyzing both odds movements as well as additional parameters. Daniel also run a workshop, showcasing to law enforcement representatives a real-life case scenario, and in particular, how GLMS reports can constitute a significant piece of the puzzle in a law enforcement investigation.
GLMS would like to warmly thank INTERPOL for the invitation and the excellent organization of the event. Considering law enforcement officials as a key part of the process and the solution, GLMS is always pleased to exchange with then and support with their capacity building.