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Episode four: Corruption and Finance in the UK

Multimedia, 12 November 2020
Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies
The UK regularly finds itself at the centre of money laundering and corruption scandals. But how dire is the situation, really, and is there any hope for change? Author Oliver Bullough does a reality check with Rachel Davies Teka of Transparency International UK, Phil Mason, formerly with DFID’s anti-corruption unit, Professor Elizabeth David-Barret, University of Sussex, and CFCS’s Tom Keatinge.

Financial Crime Insights is a collection of discussions from past CFCS webinars and events with top financial crime thinkers. The topics they discuss remain timely and our aim is to bring these insights from the computer screen to our listeners who are on the go.

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Alanna Putze
Programme Manager

Alanna Putze is Programme Manager for RUSI’s Centre for Financial Crime & Security Studies. She oversees the Centre’s project... read more

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