2ND SYMPOSIUM ON MONEY LAUNDERING AT ABERYSTWYTH

2ND SYMPOSIUM ON MONEY LAUNDERING AT ABERYSTWYTH

International Law Research Forum
presents the
Second Symposium on Money Laundering: Combating the Financing of Terrorism
April 18th 2008 @10am, Law Conference Room Department of Law and Criminology
Aberystwyth University

10.00 COFFEE AND INTRODUCTIONS (PROFESSOR CHRIS HARDING, Head of
Department), DR MARCO ODELLO (ILRF Coordinator) & MARY ALICE LORD
(Symposium Coordinator))

10.30 JOHN MAIR FORMER SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, INTERNATIONAL, GLOBAL AML
COMPLIANCE, WESTERN UNION
Shareable lessons from banking, the remittance industry, and the
international strategy/policy debate.

11.00 ANDREW CAMPBELL, DIRECTOR OF THE CENTRE FOR BUSINESS LAW AND
PRACTICE SCHOOL OF LAW, UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS
Hawala (underground banking).

11.30 COFFEE

12.00 DR RICHARD ALEXANDER, LECTURER IN FINANCIAL LAW, DEPARTMENT OF
FINANCIAL AND MANAGEMENT STUDIES, SOAS
The Problem of “Terrorist Money Laundering” as a Separate Offence.

12.30-2PM BREAK FOR LUNCH

2.00 ALAN LAMBERT JP, SENIOR FELLOW, UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
Terrorism in the Caribbean

2.30 BILL TUPMAN RETIRED DIRECTOR OF CENTRE FOR POLICE AND CRIMINAL
JUSTICE STUDIES, EXETER UNIVERSITY
The relationship between financing structures and paramilitary structures
and the implications for counter-terrorism

3.00 COFFEE AND QUESTIONS- END

Contact Mary Alice Lord at mal06@aber.ac.uk for more information



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