Dirty Assets: Comparative and international aspects of criminal and terrorism financing
The third symposium in the ‘Dirty Assets’ series of events will be hosted at the University of Tilburg on 26-27 October 2015.
The two-day event – Comparative and international aspects of criminal and terrorism financing – is organised as a collaboration between the Universities of Sussex, Leeds, Notre Dame, and Tilburg.
The event, the last of three workshops, is funded by the AHRC and designed to bring together in a network key stakeholders from policy, practice and research backgrounds to explore emerging issues surrounding criminal and terrorist assets.
This event builds on the success of our previous events in Manchester (October 2014) and London (May 2015), as well as our earlier edited collection on ‘Dirty Assets’ (Ashgate, 2014).
This symposium will be held over two days: day 1 explores counter terrorism financing, while day 2 explores anti-money laundering and asset recovery. Throughout, there will be a focus on comparative and international perspectives.
As with our previous events, there will be speakers from policy, practice, and research backgrounds, offering new insights into AML/ PoC/ CTF.
A limited number of places are available for those who can contribute to our discussions.