Introduction While several types of economic crimes exist, this article will focus only on money laundering, fraud, and corruption. The general framework of the study that has inspired this post was based on a comparison between the traditional methods of financial crime detection and the "new" ones that entail the use of artificial intelligence. Specifically, … Continue reading Is Artificial Intelligence the future of Anti-Financial Crime?
Author: Amir Sherdil Rana
Amir Sherdil Rana is a qualified lawyer from the Philippines currently finishing his Master of Laws degree in International Business Law at Coventry University. Prior to the LLM, Sherdil received his Juris Doctor degree from Ateneo de Manila University Law School in the Philippines, receiving Second Honours. Before entering the law practice, Sherdil was an associate at CB Richard Ellis Philippines (now Santos Knight Frank) in its Real Estate and Brokerage Group where he was responsible for brokering commercial real estate leasing and sale transactions in the various Business Districts of the Philippines.
The Competition and Markets Authority’s compensation campaign: Is the UK on the way to adopting an award system for corporate crime reporting?
This article has been inspired by the discussion that took place during the international conference "Whistleblowers: Voices of Justice" that was held in London on the 10th of May 2019. The awarding of whistleblowers is a subject that has always presented two polarising views. On one hand, the view is that whistleblowers should be compensated … Continue reading The Competition and Markets Authority’s compensation campaign: Is the UK on the way to adopting an award system for corporate crime reporting?