time and place
Tuesday 9 November 2021, 13:00–14:15
SNS, Jakobsbergsgatan 18 i Stockholm
What does the fight against money laundering look like? Is the regulatory framework sufficiently effective when it comes to detecting and addressing money laundering? And what is the possible role of whistleblowers in terms of combating money laundering?
Economist Giancarlo Spagnolo and Theo Nyreröd, Ph.D. candidate in law, present their new SNS report examining the effectiveness of current anti-money laundering regulations and how whistleblowing may be used as a means for addressing more difficult cases of money laundering in Europe. Representatives from the banking sector, the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority and the Financial Intelligence Unit at the Swedish Police National Operations Department comment on the analysis and conclusions presented by these scholars while also offering their own perspectives.
Åsa Arffman, Chief Legal Officer, Swedish Bankers’ Association
Erik Blommé, Deputy Director of Operational Risks Division, Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority
Nicklas Lundh, Head of Financial Intelligence Unit, Swedish Police National Operations Department
Giancarlo Spagnolo, professor of economics at SITE, Stockholm School of Economics, and author of the SNS report Money Laundering and Whistleblowers
Theo Nyreröd, Ph.D. candidate at Brunel Law School and co-author of the report
The discussion is chaired by Ilinca Benson, Deputy CEO and Head of Communication at SNS.
Registration and fee
The seminar is open to SNS members,* invited individuals and the press. The fee is SEK 495. VAT will be added, and the fee will be invoiced.
You can choose to participate digitally or on site at the SNS offices at Jakobsbergsgatan 18, Stockholm. Register using one of the above registration buttons.
We will send you an e-mail with your login information well in advance of the meeting. Those participating digitally will be able to ask written questions during the meeting.