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.

To instruct Fiona, please contact Martin Adams (ma@33cllaw.com) or Chris Chiles (ccc@33cllaw.com).