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Hidden in plain sight: domestic corruption, fraud and the integrity deficit (AGM)

This event is fully booked

At this years special members event we will launch our new report with a panel discussion on the opportunities and challenges of tackling corruption within the UK.

Our esteemed panel of guest speakers will consider:

  • the perception of the UK internationally for probity and integrity
  • key findings from recent research on the UK approach to policing bribery; and
  • the evolution of the UK response to corruption and how it might be tackled in the future.

Guest speakers:

Oliver Bullough, Journalist and author of Moneyland
Oliver is an award-winning journalist who writes about corruption, the former Soviet Union and global finance for The Guardian, GQ magazine, Prospect and other publications. His latest book Moneyland, why thieves and crooks now rule the world and how to take it back, is a Sunday Times Bestseller and has been longlisted for the Orwell Prize.

Susan Hawley, Policy Director, Corruption Watch
Susan has worked on the issue of corruption and the role of the UK in tackling global corruption for over 15 years. In her current role she has overseen the organisation’s work on pushing for corporate liability reform for economic crime, defending the Serious Fraud Office from integration into the NCA, monitoring the implementation of Deferred Prosecution Agreements, and pushing for more compensation for victims in foreign corruption cases. From September, Susan will be heading up a new anti-corruption charity called Spotlight on Corruption.

Dr Nicolas Lord, Reader in Criminology, University of Manchester
Nicholas has research expertise in white-collar, financial and organised crimes, such as corruption and fraud, and their regulation and control. His book Regulating Corporate Bribery in International Business (2014) was the winner of the British Society of Criminology Book Prize 2015 and he was the winner of the Young Career Award 2014 of the American Society of Criminology’s Division of White-Collar Crime.


2 July 2019


08:30-10:30 (registration and light breakfast from 08:00)




Chartered Accountants' Hall, Moorgate Place, London, EC2R 6EA

Costs Free
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