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VIRTEU
INTERNATIONAL FINAL CONFERENCE
23rd and 24th of June 2022 / 2:00 pm - 6:30 pm BST

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Day 2 - Panel 2 - 24th of June 2022, 3:20-4:20 pm (BST)

The legal framework: purposes, intended and unintended consequences, and risks

Interactive Table of Contents
 
 

  • Panel Introduction: Dr. Lorenzo Pasculli

  • Presentation 1: Prof. Nicholas Ryder
    Terrorism financing, tax fraud and the exchange of information – what did go wrong?

  • Presentation 2: Dr. Sam Bourton
    Do archaic tax evasion offences create unintended outcomes for tax enforcement and compliance?

  • Presentation 3: Rachel Cook
    Lessons from the Covid-19 relief schemes

  • Presentation 4: Dilpreet K. Dhanoa
    VAT Fraud & Evasion: the Knowns and the Unknowns

  • Question & Answer Time

Suggested Citation

APA: [Speaker's surname, initial(s)] (2022, June 24). VIRTEU International Final Conference, Day 2 - Panel 2. Video recording at [00:00]. Retrieved from https://www.corporatecrime.co.uk/virteu-final-conference-day2-panel2

HARVARD: [Speaker's surname, initial(s)] (2022) VIRTEU International Final Conference, Day 2 - Panel 2. Video recording at [00:00]. Available at: https://www.corporatecrime.co.uk/virteu-final-conference-day2-panel2

OSCOLA: [Speaker's name and surname] ‘VIRTEU International Final Conference’, Day 2 - Panel 2 (Corporate Crime Observatory, 24 June 2022), Video recording at [00:00], <https://www.corporatecrime.co.uk/virteu-final-conference-day2-panel2>

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Chair - Dr. Lorenzo Pasculli

Lorenzo Pasculli is Associate Head for Research at Coventry Law School and Associate of the Centre for Financial and Corporate Integrity at Coventry University. He is also Sessional Lecturer in Conflict, Crime and Justice and Law and Professional Ethics for Science and Technology at Imperial College London. He is the founding Director of the Global Integrity Research Network. His main research interests are the globalisation of crime, crime prevention and criminal justice. He has recently co-edited the collections of scientific chapters "Corruption in the Global Era" and "Corruption, Integrity and the Law."

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Prof. Nicholas Ryder
“Terrorism financing, tax fraud and the exchange of information – what did go wrong?”

Nicholas Ryder is a Professor of Financial Crime at the University of the West of England, Bristol since 2013. His research has been commissioned by the Innovate UK, the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), LexisNexis Risk Solutions, the City of London Police Force, ICT Wilmington Risk & Compliance, Universities South West, the France Telecom Group, and the European Social Fund. His main research interests are in financial crime and he has published widely in these areas. Among other papers and volumes, he co-authored "The Law Relating to Financial Crime in the United Kingdom," and, in 2020, the edited collection "Corruption, Integrity and the Law – Global Regulatory Challenges."

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Dr. Sam Bourton
“Do archaic tax evasion offences create unintended outcomes for tax enforcement and compliance?”

Sam Bourton is a Lecturer in Law at the University of the West of England, Bristol, and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. She teaches on the LLB and LLM programmes, with modules including the Law of Financial Crime and Regulation, International Financial Crime, and Research Methods. Sam’s research interests lie in the law of financial crime, particularly the law pertaining to tax evasion and money laundering. She regularly publishes and presents her research in these areas.

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Rachel Cook
“Lessons from the Covid-19 relief schemes”

Rachel Cook is a criminal lawyer at Peters & Peters Solicitors. She provides a range of crisis management services and has particular expertise in criminal tax litigation, fraud, money laundering and bribery & corruption. She acts for corporates and high-net-worth individuals, many of whom are subject to multi-jurisdictional investigations. She has been recognised by Legal 500 as a key contact for tax litigation, by Who Who’s Legal as a future leader in Investigations and by Chambers & Partners for her expertise in white-collar investigations and complex tax cases.

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Dilpreet K. Dhanoa
“VAT Fraud & Evasion: the Knowns and the Unknowns”

Dilpreet K Dhanoa is a barrister practicing from Field Court Tax Chambers. She has a diverse practice in Revenue law across both indirect and direct taxes, nationally and internationally. She advises and represents a wide array of clients on tax-related matters, in addition to undertaking commercial litigation. She has appeared in all levels of Court up to the Court of Appeal as well as arbitrations. Dilpreet holds an MSc in Tax Law from the University of Oxford and is also a qualified Chartered Tax Adviser.