Balkan Asset Management Interagency Network

Welcome to BAMIN Network

The Balkan Asset Management Inter-Agency Network (BAMIN) is an informal network of practitioners, working operationally within Asset Management Offices or Agencies (AMOs), or within the institution or department mandated to deal with the management and disposal of criminal assets both within their jurisdiction and on international cases. Its founding Members include Western Balkans jurisdictions, and the Network is open to observers and associate members from all over the world.

BAMIN Membership

BAMIN Membership is available with Member, Observer or Associate status.

The Members

Member status membership is comprised of governament agencies from Western Balkan jurisdictions responsible for the management and disposal of assets seized from criminals.

The Observers

Observers status members are comprised of other states, jurisdictions and non-private bodies, concerned with the management and confiscation of the proceeds from crime.

The Associates

Associate status membership is available to public or private bodies with a complementary strategic role in the management and sale of the proceeds from crime.

How BAMIN makes a Difference

The BAMIN, stand at the forefront of a global fight against all forms of acquisitive crime. The network is a dynamic collaboration of multi-agency experts dedicated to one critical mission. The BAMIN understand that the effective management of assets liable for confiscation is key to dismantling criminal enterprises. By polling knowledge and expertise, and facilitating cooperation and information sharing among agencies, BAMIN empowers government agencies across borders to manage assets derived from criminal activities.

From enhancing international legal cooperation to ensuring the ethical management of criminally derived assets, BAMIN embodies a unified and efficient response to one of the greatest challenges when depriving criminals of their illicit wealth.


Contact Us

BAMIN practitioners can regularly connect with one another to discuss logistical aspects of cross-border management cases that arise as part of their daily operations, while adhering to international legal requirements.