Comparative and International Aspects of Criminal and Terrorism Funding
October 26-27, 2015
University of Tilburg, Tilburg, The Netherlands
The conference was attended by speakers and legal scholars from approximately 20 countries.
Building on the success of our previous events in Manchester and London, this final conference in the ‘Dirty Assets’ series explores comparative and international aspects of criminal and terrorism finances (both within and outwith the EU). This AHRC-funded event brings together leading practitioners, policymakers, and academics to consider challenges and opportunities for the anti-assets strategy, and to identify research needs and future directions. With contributions from law, criminology, political science, and economics, this event offers a multi- and inter-disciplinary approach to the anti-assets strategy at the national and supranational level. Discussion will centre on a number of key areas, split between a focus successively on terrorism finances (CTF) and criminal finances (AML/PoC).
Gurule, Jimmy, "Revising the U.S. Government’s Post-9/11 Counter-Terrorist Financing Strategy Directed at Al Qaeda to Target the Funding of ISIS" (2015). Faculty Lectures and Presentations. 46.