IACA Co-sponsors Cambridge Symposium on Economic Crime

IACA is co-sponsoring the Cambridge International Symposium on Economic Crime for the fourth year in a row and provided two keynote speakers in the first full day of proceedings on Monday.

Martin Kreutner, Dean and Executive Secretary of IACA, and Nikos Passas, the Academy’s Distinguished Inaugural Professor of Collective Action, Business Ethics and Compliance, both used their remarks to underscore the parallels between IACA’s mission and the theme of this year’s Symposium.

The 2016 gathering, which runs from 4 to 11 September, has the title of “Economic Crime – where does the buck stop?” It aims to highlight challenges in attributing responsibility for criminal misconduct related to economic crime and corruption.

Around 1,600 participants from nearly 100 countries are attending this year’s Symposium. More details are available here.

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