IACA is once again supporting and partnering with the Cambridge International Symposium on Economic Crime, the 36th edition of which will take place from 2 to 9 September 2018 at Jesus College, University of Cambridge, UK.
The Symposium aims to address many interrelated topics under the overarching theme Unexplained wealth – whose business? Sessions this year will consider how to better discourage and control economic crime, and examine the threats facing those who look after other people’s wealth. These threats include criminals and terrorists but also indirect risks as a result of law enforcement and regulatory intervention.
IACA’s Dean and Executive Secretary, Mr. Martin Kreutner, will give a keynote speech, joining over 600 other experts from around the world who will gather at the event. Last year, the Symposium attracted some 1,800 participants from more than 90 countries, from fields including policymaking, law enforcement, compliance, regulation, business, and professional services.
IACA has supported this non-profit event for the previous five years, along with many other academic institutions and government and non-government agencies. At the Symposium in 2017, IACA emphasized the strong links between anti-corruption and combating economic crime.
Registration is open until 17 August. Read more about the Cambridge International Symposium on Economic Crime, including the full programme and how to register, here.