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Conference about links between money laundering and crime

A very interesting conference about links between money laundering and crime took place on Friday 2nd February at the Law Courts of Monaco, before an audience of jurists and financial professionals. It was led by Gilles Duteil, PhD in Management Science, a member of the European research group on financial crime and organised crime and a legal expert at the Court of Appeal in Aix-en-Provence.
As Philippe Narmino, the Director of Judicial Services pointed out to introduce the conference, the Principality of Monaco was welcoming Gilles Duteil within the context of the strategy to combat economic and organised crime.
Gilles Duteil concluded his talk by stating that, despite of the will of the international community to seek to stop the progression of organised trans-national crime, the methods implemented up until now remain insufficient considering the amplitude of the phenomenon.

See conference (in French)

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