26TH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON ECONOMIC CRIME PROGRAMME
The Symposium wil take place at Jesus College Cambridge, between Sunday 31st August and Sunday 7th September. This year’s title is “Banking on Trouble”.
“The Twenty-Sixth Symposium will focus on the threats confronting from both inside and outside, the stability, integrity and viability of banking and other financial institutions. Our programme which consists of keynote and plenary sessions, supported by numerous workshops, will address those areas of risk thrown up not just by crime and terror, but also our responses to such threats, in the context of protecting and creating wealth. This year we will give particular attention to initiatives designed to address the problems resulting from serious corruption and its control. However, there will also be a focus on the impact of highly profitable crimes on the system and in particular those who are responsible for minding other people’s wealth. In the result the programme provides a unique opportunity at a very practical level, to share the experiences of over 300 specialist speakers and panellists in the prevention and control of risks to the integrity of the financial system, government and our societies.”