Simon Marsh is the International Centre for Asset Recovery Regional Coordinator for Southern and Eastern Africa, based in Nairobi, Kenya, he is responsible for the technical implementation of programmes and for developing new relationships with accountability institutions in addition to providing advice and mentoring to complex and multi dimensional investigations. He has over twenty three years of investigative experience, a significant proportion of which has been spent in developing countries and he has been closely involved in several ground breaking and innovative matters. Simon has a Masters Degree in Terrorism, International Crime and Global Security, is a member of the Global initiative against Transnational Organised Crime and regularly lectures Masters students on money laundering and anti corruption. In his spare time Simon writes travel articles for various newspapers and magazines.
06-Mar-2024Theater BLeadership Keynote | Tracing and Recovering Stolen State Assets as the Refund
06-Mar-2024Theater BLeadership Discussion | Role of Governing Bodies and Ministries in Preventing Money Laundering