This panel discussion will shed light on the evolvement of financial crime in the dawn of technology requires an equal evolvement of whistleblowers. The panel is aimed to discuss research findings that suggests a new framework for the protection of financial whistleblowers.
About Our Speakers:
Anna has worked as a legal researcher at Urbanlogiq, as a consultant with the Guarini Global Law & Tech peoject at New York University (NYU), and as a legislative intern to the Canadian Parlimentary Secretary of Global Affairs. Previously, she was also the Technology Office of the International Bar Association (IBA)'s North American Regional Forum and spent time with the IBA's Legal Policy and Research Unit. Anna holds a law degree from the University of Oxford and an LLm from NYU.
Nicholas has over 20 years of experience in higher education and an international reputation for excellence in policy-oriented research in financial crime, Ryder has played advisory roles both nationally (Home Office, Law Commission, the Nationwide, Security Intelligence Services) and internationally (NATO, United Nations, CEPOL, EUROPOL, EUROMED Police, the Dutch Police, the France Telecom Group and the Law Reform Commission of Ireland). His research has attracted funding (£1.6m) from Innovate UK, Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), LexisNexis Risk Solutions, the City of London Police Force, the Royal United Services Limited, ICT Wilmington Risk & Compliance, the France Telecom Group and the European Social Fund. Collectively, he has published four monographs, five edited books and over 50 articles in internationally recognised journals including Legal Studies, the Cambridge Law Journal, the Journal of Business Law, Studies in Conflict and Terrorism and Contemporary Issues in Law.
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