Cambridge International Symposium on Economic Crime

The Cambridge International Symposium on Economic Crime is unique. It is organised by some of the world’s leading educational and research institutions with the involvement of numerous governmental agencies, the judiciary, the professions, compliance bodies, and the business world. It provides a forum for the practical analysis and discussion of the real threats facing our world as a result of criminal and subversive activity. The Symposium is run on a non-profit making basis - its primary objective being to promote meaningful co-operation in the prevention and control of economically motivated crime and misconduct.

Guidehouse Sessions: 

How Can We Better Advance Integrity and Stewardship
Date & Time: Thursday, September 8 | 11:00 a.m. GMT
Chair: John Maher III, Fellow, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge; Vice Chairman, Centric Bank and former Member and Speaker pro tempore, House of Representatives, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and Council Member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, USA

Real Applications of Artificial Intelligence for Tackling Financial Crime
Date & Time: Saturday, September 10 | 11:00 a.m. GMT
Chair: Dr. Dionysios Demetis, Associate Professor, Hull University Business School, UK and Visiting Professor, Texas A&M University, USA 



Cambridge, England

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