SANDRA BROWN to Speak at Upcoming 40th International Symposium on Economic Crime
We are pleased to announce that Sandra R. Brown will be speaking on upcoming seminars at the 40th Symposium on Economic Crime – Jesus College, University of Cambridge, being held at Jesus College, a College within the University of Cambridge, September 3–10, 2023. Sandra will be participating on the following panels
Recent United States initiatives to enforce integrity
Tuesday, September 4, 2023, 4:15 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Aiding, abetting and assisting – the facilitation of Tax Crimes
September 5, 2023, 4:15 p.m. – 5:15 p.m.
FATCA Information Loophole —Where “Enablers” Facilitate International Tax Fraud Through The U.S. Financial System
September 6, 2023, 10:45 a.m.
Forty years ago, Jesus College, Cambridge hosted the first Cambridge International Symposium on Economic Crime in the hope that bringing together those concerned about the damage economically motivated crime can and is doing to our economies and, thus the stability and security of our societies, would foster greater understanding and co-operation. The objectives of the Fortieth Symposium remain unchanged. The Cambridge symposium on economic crime is a unique event providing governments, institutions and the academy an opportunity to consider and address, from a practical standpoint, a host of threats to our economic wellbeing and prosperity. Over 600 expert speakers from around the world will focus on an array of issues of concern to those, whether in government, regulation and compliance or just looking after other people’s wealth, posed by fraudster, money launders, organized criminals, terrorist or well-meaning legislators and enforcers trying to protect us, but arguably utilizing disproportionate or inappropriate tools. The primary focus, however, for our fortieth program is simply – integrity. We will explore its importance in our public and private lives and how we can best nurture and protect it. Of course, there are no easy answers and trade-offs are inevitable.