Law’s Richard Gordon attends and presents at three conferences in DecemberJanuary 6, 2017Publications & Presentations· Richard Gordon, associate director of the Frederick K. Cox International Law Center and professor of law, attended and gave presentations at three invitation-only conferences in December. He attended a conference for 85 law enforcement officials from the Commonwealth Caribbean Dec. 8-9 in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago. He gave the following presentations at the conference: “Preparing for Mutual Evaluations – Embedding Anti-corruption and Anti-money Laundering through the Evaluation Process” “Comprehensive Approaches to Tackling Corruption and Money Laundering: The Relationship between Anti-corruption and Anti-money Laundering Efforts” “Evaluating Risks, Vulnerabilities, and Threats in the National Risk Assessment” “International Policy Trends: Intelligence Sharing Across Public and Private Sectors” The Foreign and Commonwealth Office of the United Kingdom, the British High Commission to Trinidad and Tobago and the International Governance and Risk Institute sponsored the conference. Gordon then traveled to India for two, two-day conferences. The first was for 70 law enforcement officials from the Republic of India Dec. 15-16 in New Delhi. He gave three presentations: “Inter-agency Cooperation in Financial Intelligence: Examining Strengths and Weaknesses from International Examples” “Terrorist Financing – Methodology and Good Practice” “Improving Rates of Detection and Suspicious Reporting Around Trade-based Money Laundering” The second conference was held Dec. 19-20 in Mumbai for 100 senior compliance officers from financial institutions officials in the Republic of India. At this conference, he gave two presentations: “Anti-money Laundering Regulatory Priorities for India – What are the Challenges of Implementation Following the Financial Action Task Force Evaluation” “Understanding Terrorist Financing Typologies” The Foreign and Commonwealth Office of the United Kingdom, the British High Commission to India and the International Governance and Risk Institute sponsored both conferences in India.