“Considering the raised awareness and global commitment around the issue, it is time to take stock of what has been done and investigate the extent to which we are on the right path. In this event, we explore the implications of the rise of IFF on the development agenda, what actions have been taken, and the most urgent next steps.”
Transnational crime undermines economies, societies, and governments in developing countries. National and global policy efforts are needed to address the shadow financial system responsible for processing the vast sums of these “businesses”.
The Chatham House conference on Illicit Financial Flows will deliver expert insights on the evolution of illicit finance worldwide, specific methods and networks utilized, and the effectiveness of potential solutions.
Enhancing Enforcement and Norms of Global Financial Transparency
The World Bank Group and Global Financial Integrity (GFI) invite you to a panel discussion on the systemic nature of corruption and illicit financial flows—what we have learned to better shape enforcement and to counter detrimental fraudulent misrepresentations.
A Free Two-Day GFI Conference in Washington, DC
Based on a forthcoming book by GFI, this event will cover the nature of illicit financial flows (IFFs), country-level perspectives, and policy actions.
Fostering Greater National and Regional Economic Opportunity in Africa through Human Rights and Financial Transparency
FES, GFI, and IBAHRI present a May 18-20th conference in Johannesburg on the links between human rights and illicit financial flows in Africa.
A Nov. 7th-9th ASAP, GFI & Yale Conference
Academics Stand Against Poverty (ASAP), the Yale Global Justice Program, and Global Financial Integrity (GFI) are proud to host this event bringing together academics, policy makers, activists, and artists to discuss two critical issues: illicit financial flows and climate change.
A GFI & MINDS Conference in Rio
Based on GFI’s forthcoming study on Brazil’s illicit financial flows, this joint one-day conference in Rio de Janeiro included discussions and keynote remarks from local and international experts on the nature of Brazil’s illicit flows, and how and why curtailing these flows should be a priority for Brazil’s next government.