• Victoria Wang (Invited speaker)

Activity: Talk or presentation typesInvited talk

Description of Activity

Fighting Economic Crime - A Shared Responsibility

The thirty-seventh international symposium on economic crime brings together, from across the globe, a unique level and depth of expertise to address one of the biggest threats facing the stability and development of all our economies. The overarching theme for the symposium is how we can better and more effectively work together in preventing, managing and combating the threat posed by economically motivated crime and abuse. The programme underlines that this is not just the responsibility of the authorities, but us all. These important and timely issues are considered in a practical, applied and relevant manner, by those who have real experience whether in law enforcement, regulation, compliance or simply protecting their own or another’s
business. The symposium, albeit held in one of the world’s leading universities, is not a talking shop for those with vested interests or for that matter an academic gathering. We strive to offer a rich and deep analysis of the real issues and in particular threats to our institutions and economies presented by economic crime and abuse. Well over 700 experts from around the world will share their experience and knowledge with other participants drawn from policy makers, law enforcement, compliance, regulation, business and the professions. The programme is drawn up with the support of a number of agencies and organisations across the globe and the
Organising Institutions and principal sponsors greatly value this international commitment. In recent years the symposium has attracted well over 1,800 participants from over 100 countries.
Period1 Sept 20198 Sept 2019
Held atUniversity of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Degree of RecognitionInternational


  • Darknet
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  • Cyber security