Crime Prevention


Leadership Keynote | Exploring the State of Illicit Economic Crime

06 Mar 2024
Theater A
Economic Crime

Illicit economic crimes encompass a range of offenses related to financial fraud, corruption, money laundering, embezzlement, and other economic activities conducted in violation of the law. These crimes can have far-reaching negative impacts on economies, governments, businesses, and individuals. Its crucial to have a multifaceted approach from law enforcement agencies, financial institutions, regulatory bodies, and international organizations to combat.

Attendee Insights:
Understand the new methods that criminals use to launder proceeds from economic crime and what tools government and private sector can apply to disrupt such activities? Financial information exchange partnerships and their impact on reducing economic crimes and arresting suspects, tips for fraud analysts to mitigate new economic conditions and improve reporting and Inter-agency cooperation between financial investigators and environmental crime agencies, to detect and pursue financial investigations into environmental crimes.

Xolisile Khanyile, Executive Director - Financial Intelligence Center
Adrian Searle, Director - National Economic Crime Centre
Patrick Meaney, Managing Director and Head - Enforcement Division - Dubai Financial Services Authority
Stefano Betti, Deputy Director General - Transnational Alliance to Combat Illicit Trade