Virtual Conference

Caribbean Conference on Corruption, Compliance and Cybercrime 2021

Nov 26, 2021

The Conference hosted by the Caribbean Development Bank will bring together global experts and thought-leaders from across the world to share and discuss new challenges and solutions for corruption, compliance, and cybercrime in the Caribbean.

Speakers will include experienced global anti-corruption practitioners, anti-money laundering specialists, cyber-crime professionals, development bankers, policy makers, regulators, law enforcement personnel, academics, private sector representatives and civil society leaders.

Join us on December 7-8 for the free virtual conference. Register now.

Featured Speakers
  • Dr. Gene Leon, President, Caribbean Development Bank
  • Mr. Mouhamadou Diagne, Vice President, Integrity, World Bank Group
  • Dr. Toussant Boyce, Head, Office of Integrity, Compliance and Accountability, CDB
  • Ms. Laura Profeta, Chief, Office of Institutional Integrity, Inter-American Development Bank
  • Mr. Timothy Antoine, Governor, Eastern Caribbean Central Bank
  • Mr. Isaac Solomon, Vice President Operations, CDB
  • Mrs. Diana Wilson Patrick, General Counsel, CDB
  • Mr. Ed Olwere Okere, Director, Governance and Global Practice, World Bank
  • Mr. Nigel Baptiste, President and CEO Republic Financial Holdings Ltd
  • Mr Anthony Ali, Managing Director, Goddards, Enterprises Ltd
  • Adam Storer, Supervisory Special Agent, FBI
  • Dawne Spicer, Executive Director, Caribbean Financial Action Task Force
  • Prof. Nikos Passas, Northeastern University
  • Prof. Trevor Munroe, Principal Director of National Integrity Action, Chapter of Transparency International (Jamaica)
  • Prof. Lloyd Waller, Professor in Digital Transformation Policy & Governance, UWI (Mona)
  • Jason Manar, former Supervisory Special Agent, FBI and CISO, Kaseya
Featured Sessions
  • Investigations of Corruption and Money laundering: Lessons for the Caribbean
  • Drivers of Corruption
  • Re-thinking AML CFT Compliance
  • New Insights on Cybercrime: Lessons for the Caribbean
  • Role of the Private Sector in Curbing Corruption, Money Laundering and Cybercrime
  • Promoting Good Governance in Uncertain Times by Curbing Corruption
  • Corruption and Covid 19 financing
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Visit the registration site to see the full agenda and confirmed speakers. 


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