The Science of Investigation: iCognative™ Potential in Singapore Money Laundering Case 

April 2, 2024


Su Haijin, a suspect connected to a billion-dollar money laundering scheme, faces 12 new charges, including falsifying documents and lying to authorities (IRAS and MOM). He is scheduled to plead guilty on Thursday, April 4th. The charges reveal a complex web of financial maneuvers and the use of shell companies to obscure the source of illegal funds. 

Source: CNA NEWS    


This case highlights the ongoing challenges Singapore faces in combating financial crimes. Money laundering schemes often involve sophisticated techniques to conceal the origins of illicit funds, making them difficult to investigate and prosecute. Singaporean authorities are dedicated to maintaining the integrity of the financial system, and this extensive money laundering case demonstrates the scope and complexity of investigations they may undertake. 


Identifying Links: Investigators need to connect Su Haijin to other individuals or entities potentially involved in the money-laundering scheme and uncover their methods of operation. 

Verifying Documentation: Authorities must carefully examine financial records to identify falsified statements and trace funds back to their original, likely illicit, sources. 

Building a Case: Establishing a strong case against money launderers requires meticulous evidence gathering, potentially involving multiple jurisdictions and international cooperation. 


iCognative™ is a cutting-edge investigative technology that identifies hidden knowledge within a suspect’s mind. In complex money-laundering cases, iCognative™ could be a valuable tool. Here’s how it could assist: 

Network Identification: iCognative™ testing could reveal Su Haijin’s knowledge of individuals, companies, or coded references tied to the laundering network. This could lead investigators to accomplices and uncover the operation’s structure and identify the right potential suspect. 

Financial Tracking: By presenting locations, bank names, or transaction details within an iCognative™ test, authorities could gauge Su’s familiarity with these elements. This may reveal the movement of illicit funds and expose previously hidden accounts. 

Exposing Deception: Money laundering often relies on complex obfuscation techniques. iCognative™ could help reveal Su’s knowledge of shell companies, obscured transactions, or other methods used to mask the illegal origin of funds. 

iCognative™ offers the potential to accelerate money laundering investigations with close to 99% accuracy, streamlining the process and aiding in the pursuit of justice. 

Source: Brainwave Science