Fiona Jackson invited to Roundtable on Co-operation Activities against Economic Crime

At the invitation of the Council of Europe, Fiona Jackson participated in Roundtable on Co-operation Activities against Economic Crime: tools, impact and lessons learnt,  a two-day workshop in Strasbourg on 15-16 February, joining 40 experts from across the Council’s Member States. 

The workshop reviewed the impact of Council of Europe co-operation actions and programmes to support reforms against economic crime and its components (corruption, fraud, organised crime, money laundering, financial crime, terrorism financing and criminally acquired assets); discussed cross-cutting issues, data protection and international co-operation; and identified issues and challenges in implementing Council of Europe standards through co-operation activities. 

It is intended that an advisory report will follow, summarising the findings of the workshop and aiming to strengthen future activity.

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