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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 4 - 24th of June 2022, 5:30-6:30 pm (BST)

Countering fraudulent and corrupt practices: risks and opportunities in the area of tax enforcement

Interactive Table of Contents
 
 

  • Panel Introduction: Dr. Slobodan Tomic

  • Presentation 1: Michael Zummer​
    "The Al Capone Alternative: Adding Tax Charges in Corruption Cases"

  • Presentation 2: Dr. Italo Borrello
    Detecting fraudulent and corrupt practices: the role of the Financial Intelligence Units

  • Presentation 3: Ksenija Cipek
    The Role of CRM System in Detection Tax Fraud

  • Presentation 4: Dr. Carlo Lazzari
    “Soft-skills: the Italian ‘military’ strategy to combat tax evasion and corruption”

  • Question & Answer Time

Suggested Citation

APA: [Speaker's surname, initial(s)] (2022, June 24). VIRTEU International Final Conference, Day 2 - Panel 4. Video recording at [00:00]. Retrieved from https://www.corporatecrime.co.uk/virteu-final-conference-day2-panel4

HARVARD: [Speaker's surname, initial(s)] (2022) VIRTEU International Final Conference, Day 2 - Panel 4. Video recording at [00:00]. Available at: https://www.corporatecrime.co.uk/virteu-final-conference-day2-panel4

OSCOLA: [Speaker's name and surname] ‘VIRTEU International Final Conference’, Day 2 - Panel 4 (Corporate Crime Observatory, 24 June 2022), Video recording at [00:00], <https://www.corporatecrime.co.uk/virteu-final-conference-day2-panel4>

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Chair - Dr. Slobodan Tomic

Slobodan Tomic is a Lecturer in Public Management at the University of York. His areas of expertise include public administration, public policy and regulatory governance, with particular interests in issues around public integrity. In the last few years, Slobodan received several research grants to explore the role of anticorruption and public oversight institutions, operating in various national contexts as well as in the transnational space. Slobodan holds a PhD in Political Science and an MSc in Public Policy and Administration from LSE.

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Michael Summer
"The Al Capone Alternative: Adding Tax Charges in Corruption Cases"

After graduating from Duke University in 1993, Mike Zummer served for four years as a Marine Corps infantry officer, then investigated white collar crime as an FBI Special Agent. He served in Iraq with the Marines in 2004-2005 and graduated from Stanford Law School in 2007. Mike clerked for a U.S. Court of Appeals judge before returning to the FBI to investigate corruption for eight years. Mike was forced out of the FBI in 2016 for reporting prosecutorial misconduct.

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Dr. Italo Borrello
“Detecting fraudulent and corrupt practices: the role of the Financial Intelligence Units”

Italo Borrello is director at the Bank of Italy. He graduated in Law cum laude in 1989 before earning a PhD in "Organization and Functioning of Public Administrations", and becoming a contract professor at the University of Viterbo (1998-2002). He joined the Bank of Italy in 1994 and serves in the Financial Intelligence Unit (UIF) since 2008, dealing with the prevention and fight against money laundering, corruption and tax evasion. He is involved in international fora and working groups, and, as evaluator, in teams for the assessment of the AML/CFT systems. He also represents the UIF as an expert in conferences and seminars both at international and domestic level.

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Ksenija Cipek
“The Role of CRM System in Detection Tax Fraud”

Ksenija Cipek has worked for 25 years at the Ministry of Finance, Tax Administration of the Republic of Croatia. She is an international tax expert who was heavily involved in law making, and was responsible for several tax reforms in Croatia. She is currently a Head for Tax Risk Analysis in a future development of CRM Systems, and a Board Advisor of European Network for Economic Cooperation and, Contributor Member of the Blockchain Chamber of Commerce (USA), Member of a Government Blockchain Association (GBA), and Lecturer at the Faculty of Law of the University of Zagreb.

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Dr. Carlo Lazzari
“Soft-skills: the Italian ‘military’ strategy to combat tax evasion and corruption”

Carlo Lazzari (Ph.D. University of Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli”; SME University of Sassari) is a Captain of Guardia di Finanza (i.e., the Italian military Police Force with general economic and financial crime-fighting competences). He concluded his academic course of study with a thesis focused on the substantial profiles of the Italian criminal tax law system. He is currently Commander of the Olbia Group (Sardinia).