Florence Keen is a Research Fellow within RUSI's Centre for Financial Crime & Security Studies. Her work focuses on public/private sector responses to financial crime, including the global counter-terrorist finance (CTF) regime and its effectiveness; unexplained wealth orders and their role in tackling corruption and organised crime in the UK and internationally; and how emerging technologies are addressing financial crime. She has also extensively researched the impact of counter-terrorism legislation on the NPO sector and civil society.
She joined RUSI in 2015 after the completion of her MSc in Security Studies from University College London. She also holds a BA Hons in Politics from the University of Nottingham.