Euro SIFMANet: Prague Report

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Participants in Prague explored the challenges that face the country in its efforts to tackle illicit financial flows.

Discussion summary

In late November 2022, the Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies at RUSI convened a roundtable discussion in partnership with the Prague Security Studies Institute, as well as a series of one-on-one meetings with representatives from government ministries and agencies, the private sector (such as banks, law firms and other organisations exposed to sanctions implementation) and civil society in Prague.

These events are part of RUSI’s ongoing study of EU sanctions implementation and wider responses to illicit finance (Euro SIFMANet)funded by the National Endowment for Democracy.

Lecture on National Security Aspects of Illicit Finance

Tom Keatinge, Director, CFCS at RUSI, speaks in Prague at the PSSI (Prague Security Studies Institute) as part of the Prague roundtable discussions.

Related project

European Sanctions and Illicit Finance Monitoring and Analysis Network (Euro SIFMANet)

Euro SIFMANet brings together European research institutions to raise awareness and inform policymaking against the illicit financial flows that continue to undermine our democracies.


Gonzalo Saiz Erausquin

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Centre for Finance and Security

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