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Alliance supports European financial crime detection with new Regional Dialogue

The first European Regional Private Sector Dialogue on Disruption of Financial Crimes related to Environmental Crimes convened on Friday 16 February.

Chaired by Dr Marcus Pleyer, Deputy Director General of the German Ministry of Finance and former Financial Action Task Force President (2020-2022), the meeting brought together representatives from financial intelligence units, law enforcement, the private sector, and subject matter experts to share insights and practical information aimed at improving the detection and disruption of illicit financial activities linked to nature crime.

The session was the second of a new series of Regional Dialogues that fall under the auspices of the Global Private Sector Dialogue organised by UNODC and the Nature Crime Alliance in collaboration with INTERPOL. The first session, focused on Southern Africa, met in Cape Town in January 2024.

The Dialogues are part of the Nature Crime Alliance’s ongoing work to bolster capacity across the private and public sectors to tackle financial crime related to nature crime.

For more information, contact Lynn Schlingemann, Senior Associate, Financial Crime and Corruption, Nature Crime Alliance:

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