A Talk by Crispin Yuen , Guadalupe Correa Cabrera , Hon. Roy Cullen P.C., C.P.A. , Jo-Anne Kramer and Mirko Nazzari
About this Talk
Money laundering in the United States, the Netherlands and Italy will be some of the topics discussed in this panel session. One of the themes of the session will explain the mechanisms through which corruption by high-level Mexican politicians and local/state government authorities—particularly Mexican governors—is facilitated in the Unites States through money laundering operations. The research also evaluates key actors, organizations and relevant strategies linked to this phenomenon and will outline the basic methods used by high-profile Mexican politicians to launder money in the United States. Another key theme will be the combating Financial Crime through Public-Private Partnerships. Next to this, money laundering networks in the Netherlands will be discussed. This presentation will discuss how do professional money launderers organize their business. Money laundering in the Italian context will also be discussed. Results from a study show that only a small proportion of the cases implicated professional money laundering while the majority involved self-laundering and opportunistic laundering. The individual characteristics, legitimate jobs, means of facilitation, and benefits of the identified professionals will be discussed in detail.
About The Speakers
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Guadalupe Correa Cabrera
Professor, George Mason University
Professor in the Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University. Areas of expertise: Mexico-US relations, organized crime, immigration, border security, social movements and human trafficking. Past President of the Association for Borderlands Studies (ABS). Co-editor of the International Studies Perspectives journal (ISP, Oxford University Press).
Hon. Roy Cullen P.C., C.P.A.
Global Organization of Parliamentarians Against Corru, retired
Governance / finance
PhD Candidate, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam/Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement (NSCR)
PhD Candidate at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam/Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement (NSCR)