Mr. Basil Collie is the Deputy Director of the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) having served in that position for over eight years. He is a Reserve Superintendent of Police and an Accredited Financial Investigator (AFI), attaining this designation from the Caribbean Anti-Money Laundering Programme (CALP). Mr. Collie is also the recipient of the International Compliance Association (ICA) Diplomas in Anti-Money Laundering and Compliance. Prior to his posting at the Financial Intelligence Unit, Mr. Collie served in a number of other areas, including Officer in Charge of the Tracing and Forfeiture/Money Laundering Investigation Section, Deputy Commander of the Drug Enforcement Unit, Deputy Commandant of the Police Training College, and the Officer in Charge of the Nassau Street Police Station. Mr. Collie is an active member of Egmont Group of Financial Intelligence Units that consists of 155 FIUs globally. He is also actively involved in the work of the Caribbean Financial Action Task Force (CFATF), including representing The Bahamas at numerous CFATF Heads of FIUs meetings. He served as Chairman of the Heads of Financial Intelligence Units from 2013-2014. Mr. Collie is presently a member of the CFATF’s Risks, Trends and Methods Group. Additionally, he has attended numerous AML/CFT trainings, as well as command courses in Canada, the Caribbean, United Kingdom, United States of America, and other places throughout the world. Mr. Collie attended the CFATF Assessors Training Workshop in January, 2014 and was the lead spokesperson for the FIU during the 2015 mutual evaluation of The Bahamas.