Episode 22: Organised Environmental Crime: Dissecting the FATF Approach


In June 2020, the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) urged countries to increase the use of financial investigations into illegal wildlife trade cases.

A year on, in July 2021, it published a further analysis on mineral, waste and timber trafficking. In advance of the FATF’s upcoming October plenary, Tom Keatinge and Alexandria Reid take a deep dive into the thornier aspects of the FATF’s current approach to environmental crime.

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Alexandria Reid

Research Fellow

Organised Crime and Policing

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Tom Keatinge

Director, CFCS

Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies

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