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Research Analyst, Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies
Anton is a Research Analyst at RUSI’s Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies. His current research covers a range of financial crime issues, including how bolstering the financial integrity in developing countries can help reduce grand corruption, the adequacy of existing international responses to terrorist financing, and the typologies of laundering the proceeds of cybercrime. Prior to joining RUSI in February 2018, Anton worked for RUSI as a part-time researcher for a year whilst finishing his PhD studies. In 2015, he carried out a research project for the Open Society Foundations looking at the recovery of the proceeds of corruption in Ukraine.
Anton holds a PhD in law from Queen Mary University of London, where his research looked at the use of entry sanctions against individuals suspected of corruption, and a master’s degree in law from the University of Cambridge. His articles have been published in the Criminal Law Review, New Journal of European Criminal Law and Journal of Money Laundering Control. He speaks Russian, Ukrainian and German.