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CTF Online Symposium No. 4: Fraud-Enabled Terrorism Financing: A Neglected Dossier

28 October 2020, 14:00
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A webinar with Professor Nicholas Ryder

Terrorism can be financed through funds collected both unlawfully and lawfully. In recent years, fraud has become a key catalyst fuelling many terrorism financing methods. 

In this webinar, Professor Nicholas Ryder will present his research briefing that has identified a terrorism financing dossier, a black book of how terrorists and their supporters use fraud to finance terrorism. This includes, among others, immigration and identify theft, tax fraud, personal load fraud, bank and insurance fraud, and non-profit sector fraud. Professor Ryder will discuss how terrorism financiers have been able to accrue funding by different types of fraud and how can a better understanding of the fraud dossier increase the state's ability to counter this kind of terrorism financing. 

Nicholas Ryder is a Professor of Financial Crime at the University of the West of England, Bristol. 

This event will take place on 28 October 2020, 1400 London time / 1500 Brussels time. 

Participants can access the webinar either online or via phone. Please note, that only participants joining us online will be able submit written questions during the webinar. 

The webinar, including Q&A, will be recorded and published on the Project CRAAFT website. To take part you must pre-register using this registration link: https://rusi-org.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_8PvVeFqnT0qTtuNDYeI5dw 

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. Project CRAAFT (www.projectcraaft.eu) is an academic research and community-building initiative, funded by the European Commission, designed to build stronger, more coordinated counter terrorist financing capacity across the EU and in its neighbourhood. For more information, visit projectcraaft.eu. 

If you have any questions, please contact Kingar@rusi.org 

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