I am honoured to be in the room with stellar practitioners who are at the top of their game.

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Dorothy Siron
Partner, Zhong Lun Law Firm

Considering the growth of the worldwide white-collar criminal practice, we saw a need to bring together hardcore litigators to foster skills and allow court access when the case needs to be decided there.

Stéphane Bonifassi
Co-founder

A foundation for maintaining the rule of law is a strong and independent bar. The Academy ‎will seek to foster our strength and independence through collegiality, nonpartisanship, inclusiveness, internationalism and learning.

Lincoln Caylor
Co-founder

We are a collegial fellowship of academics and litigation service professionals seeking to enrich skills, lead critical thinking, share experiences, and expand our knowledge related to the world of financial crime.

Elizabeth Ortega
Co-founder

Working alongside the academics at The Academy, we see organic growth, improved litigation and research skills, and are challenged daily to closely examine stimulating issues.

Litigator Keith Oliver
Head of International, Peters & Peters

The Basel Institute encourages prosecution agencies to engage The Academy's litigators to represent them in foreign courts against financial institutions facing money laundering and corruption.

Professor Mark Pieth
Emeritus Professor, University of Basel

Top litigators in The Academy complement the Basel Institute's work to tackle financial crime. These litigators are creative and eager to explore innovative strategies.
                        

Gretta Fenner
Political Scientist, Managing Director of the Basel Institute on Governance

I am honoured to be in the room with stellar practitioners who are at the top of their game.

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Dorothy Siron
Partner, Zhong Lun Law Firm

Considering the growth of the worldwide white-collar criminal practice, we saw a need to bring together hardcore litigators to foster skills and allow court access when the case needs to be decided there.

Stéphane Bonifassi
Co-founder

Where theory meets practice

The International Academy of Financial Crime Litigators emerged from a vision to develop worldwide collaborative solutions that are based on research, collective experiences and best practices in cases of economic crime. The Academy has united the top public- and private-sector litigation professionals with the renowned Basel Institute on Governance and like-minded academics to form an independent, non-partisan global center of excellence that encourages collaboration and innovation to shape and advance financial-crime litigation practices for the future.

Founded
2018
Fellows
71
Fellow countries
28

Connect

Fostering new links between the Academy’s Fellows, the international community of litigation professionals and academics devoted to economic crime issues.

Share

Exchanging novel litigation strategies, research findings, relevant experiences and best practices to further enrich legal theories and the practice of litigation.

Educate

Offering educational resources for litigators and researchers to help them develop and fine tune their litigation skills.

Connect

Fostering new links between the Academy’s Fellows, the international community of litigation professionals and academics devoted to economic crime issues.

Share

Exchanging novel litigation strategies, research findings, relevant experiences and best practices to further enrich legal theories and the practice of litigation.

GIR Series

Series of articles provided exclusively to GIR by members of the International Academy of Financial Crime Litigators.

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Rafoi Amicus Brief

The Academy together with Fellows Fred Davis, Ben Gruenstein, and Lucinda Low filed an amicus brief in the Rafoi case. This initiative is a grand effort and a superb example of The Academy’s collegiality and camaraderie. Fellow Jon Sack was also instrumental in this endeavor.

Click here to download the Amicus Brief.

Cryptocurrencies in Asia and beyond: law, regulation and enforcement

Dorothy Siron presents a detailed research and her unique experience in asset recovery and fraud in the Asian region.

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GIR Series

Series of articles provided exclusively to GIR by members of the International Academy of Financial Crime Litigators.

Download articles

Rafoi Amicus Brief

The Academy together with Fellows Fred Davis, Ben Gruenstein, and Lucinda Low filed an amicus brief in the Rafoi case. This initiative is a grand effort and a superb example of The Academy’s collegiality and camaraderie. Fellow Jon Sack was also instrumental in this endeavor.

Click here to download the Amicus Brief.