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Tackling Illicit Finance
Illicit Finance creates an immense and unacceptable financial and human cost to society. Historically, public and private sectors have largely tackled the threat independently with some examples of success. However, with lives devastated and less than 1% of the billions of pounds laundered annually ever being recovered, the time has now come for change.
In these videocasts experts from the public and private sectors across the world will explore the scale of this international problem, the barriers to tackling it and the solutions that will improve the outcomes.
|Episode 1: Corruption: exploring the damage, the threat and opportunities to improve the effectiveness of the current response.
In our first videocast Katie Jackson, Partner introduces The Honourable Peter MacKay PC QC, former Minister in the Canadian Government and Judge Wolf, a Senior United States District Judge. Peter and Judge Wolf look at the nature and impact of corruption.
|Episode 2: The importance of forging a whole system response
In the second videocast in our Tackling Illicit Finance series, Katie Jackson and Sir Mark Rowley discuss the scale and complexity of illicit finance and why, despite continued investment, we have so far failed to stem the issue. Drawing on some of Sir Mark’s policing and counter terrorism experience, they also consider how different parts of the ecosystem could and should work together in different ways to improve outcomes.
|Episode 3: A Shift in Approach: a banking perspective on tackling Illicit Finance
In our final videocast of the series Andrew Robinson, Deloitte’s UK Head of Forensic, discusses the effectiveness of the current financial crime regime with two senior banking professionals from HSBC and Bank of America.
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