The 31st annual Cambridge Symposium on Economic Crime will take place at Jesus College within the University of Cambridge from 1 to 8 September. This year the programme will focus on public private collaboration in addressing the prevention and control of economically motivated crime and abuse, including corruption in particular.
In excess of 350 expert speakers and panelists, the symposium will cover a wide spectrum of topics ranging from penetration of financial institutions by organized crime to pursuing corrupt payments. Last year over 1,500 ministers, senior officials, judges, prosecutors, diplomats, investigators, and legislators from around 90 countries attended this non-profit making event.
The Cambridge Symposium on Economic Crime is supported by IACA. For details, please visit www.crimesymposium.org, e-mail email@example.com , or contact the founder and Director, Professor Barry Rider, firstname.lastname@example.org