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Professor Gordon's paper on money laundering makes top 10 download list

Nov 6, 2018
Professor Richard's Gordon's paper, "Moving Money: International Financial Flows, Taxes, & Money Laundering," was recently listed on SSRN's top 10 download list for the topic of taxation. Since November 2018, the paper has been downloaded 1,907 times. 
Financial Integrity Institute Co-Hosts "The Art Market and Money Laundering: A Symposium" in NYC

Financial Integrity Institute Co-Hosts "The Art Market and Money Laundering: A Symposium" in NYC

Oct 23, 2018
Does the art world have a money laundering problem? Such was the central question of this symposium, featured in this recent article. The event brought together notable experts from law enforcement, the art industry, academia, and financial crimes compliance to engage in a robust discussion on the current state of the art market and laundering, and how more effectively to uncover, deter, and punish laundering while minimizing costs to the industry.
Case Western Reserve meets with Yale leaders to discuss collaboration for financial integrity program

Case Western Reserve meets with Yale leaders to discuss collaboration for financial integrity program

Feb 9, 2018
Pawneet Abramowski and Alek El Kamhawy, two leaders in Case Western Reserve University's Financial Integrity Institute, recently met with Yale University to discuss potential collaboration.
Professor Richard Gordon interviewed in Washington Examiner article on bitcoin’s potential uses in money laundering

Professor Richard Gordon interviewed in Washington Examiner article on bitcoin’s potential uses in money laundering

Dec 6, 2017
The article, which highlights a firm that takes payment in bitcoin for procuring fine art and luxury goods, weighs in on this new mechanism for potential money laundering and tax evasion as regulations struggle to catch up to the new cryptocurrency’s surging popularity.
Tax cheats have it too easy

Tax cheats have it too easy

Dec 4, 2017
Professor Richard Gordon, director of the Financial Integrity Institute, wrote an opinion piece for the New York Times about the indictment of Paul Manafort. He explains how easy it is to launder millions of dollars and makes recommendations for change. 
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