32nd Cambridge Symposium on Economic CrimeThe Cambridge International Symposium on Economic Crime will celebrate its thirty-second year at Jesus College, University of Cambridge, from 1 to 7 September.

Themed “Information – Shield, Sword and Achilles Heel in the fight against economic crime?”, the symposium will focus on the use and misuse of information and issues of pressing concern to those seeking to protect the integrity and stability of financial and business institutions and the wider economy. In excess of 350 speakers, over a dozen plenary sessions, workshops, and think-tank activities will be held.

This non-profit event is supported by IACA for the second year in a row, along with a host of academic institutions worldwide. Last year, it attracted well over 1,600 participants from more than 100 countries.

A detailed programme, including the list of speakers, is available below. The registration and payment deadline is 15 August. To register, click here.


pdfProgramme - 32nd International Symposium on Economic Crime