Illicit Economy

This is how to achieve a clean economic recovery that combats organized crime

The Great Reset can stamp out organized financial crime. This is how. Image: Photo by Sharon McCutcheon on Unsplash

Nadja Long

Senior Specialist, European Financial and Economic Crime Centre, Europol

Nick Maxwell

Head of the Future of Financial Intelligence Sharing, (FFIS) research programme

Che Sidanius

Global Head of Financial Crime and Industry Affairs, Refinitiv

Sean Doyle

Lead, Centre for Cybersecurity, World Economic Forum

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