Financial crimes and terrorism

A Talk by Euan Grant, Maria Jofre, Jorge M. Lasmar, Raluca-Ioana Mocanu, Rashmi Singh and Dr Vipin Vijay Nair
Transcrime, Jindal Institute of Behavioural Sciences

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About this talk

This panel discusses financial crimes and the criminal use of financial instruments around the world, in addition to Dr. Vipin Vijay Nair's presentation on the modus operandi in sex trafficking in South Asia with a focus on India.

In Brazil, terrorist groups have adapted their modus operandi to local realities in ways that are not fully aligned with the mainstream literature and approaches. Globally, the use of emerging technologies to finance terrorist activities is found to be less frequent than traditional payment systems, despite the increased use of emerging technologies.

Fraud and financial crime was a trillion-dollar industry in 2018 and has become more costly and widespread than ever. The panel will reflect the emerging trends in Romania regarding an interesting case of an anti-money laundering framework which is critically analyzed by the panel, particularly on the predicate offences and definition of money laundering.

Categories covered by this talk

Maria Jofre

Financial crime, money laundering, ownership structure, crime statistics, machine learning, risk assessment, risk indicators

Raluca-Ioana Mocanu

Lecturer Ph.D. at University of Bucharest, Faculty of Law

Dr Vipin Vijay Nair

Assistant Professor at Jindal Institute of Behavioural Sciences


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