Combating Corruption through Cooperation: How Policymakers Can Work with the Financial Sector to Detect and Counter Corrupt Actors
7 December 2021 11:00 - 12:30Virtual Event | Organised by The Sentry and the Atlantic Council | Held in in English
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Addressing and fighting corruption
Corruption, far from being grease for the wheels of development, is a leach on democracy and open markets. Corruption undermines representation in a democratic system, fuels mass atrocities and human rights abuses, causes skewed economic decisions, and makes both democracy and economic markets more brittle and vulnerable to collapse. Corruption fundamentally changes the incentive structures that democratic institutions and economies rely on for legitimacy.
Join the Atlantic Council and The Sentry on Tuesday, December 7 from 11:00 am – 12:30 pm for an online discussion, “Combating Corruption through Cooperation: How Policymakers Can Work with the Financial Sector to Detect and Counter Corrupt Actors.” Ahead of the Summit for Democracy, former senior US government officials who have taken on leadership positions in the private sector will discuss the effects of corruption and how policymakers can work closely with financial institutions to detect and disrupt corruption and corrupt actors.
- Adam Szubin, Former Acting Under Secretary, United States Department of the Treasury
- David Fein, Group General Counsel, Standard Chartered
- Justyna Gudzowska, Director of Illicit Finance Policy, The Sentry
- Michael Mosier, Former Deputy Director, Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, United States Department of the Treasury
- Mary Beth Goodman, Senior Director for Democracy and Development, National Security Council
- Robert Peri, Managing Director of Sanctions Compliance, CitiBank
- Julia Friedlander, Director of the Economic Statecraft Initiative, Atlantic Council
Brian O’Toole, Non-resident Senior Fellow, Atlantic Council GeoEconomics Center