TRACE attends CCI Final Conference: Designing Security Futures

TRACE is delighted to have participated in the EU-funded Cutting Crime Impact (CCI) projects final conference Designing Security Futures hosted in Brussels on the 24-25th of November. TRACE and PROTAX project were represented by Dr. Dimitris Kafetaranis, Assistant Professor in Law, at the Centre for Financial and Corporate Integrity at Coventry University.  Designing Security Futures explored and discussed the results of […]

Online gambling: the perfect disguise to transfer illicit profits

Online gambling and money laundering have become the perfect partners. In 2020 the Online Gambling Gross Income in Europe reached approximately 24 billion Euros.  According to EUROPOL, the EU loses an estimated 120 billion Euros annually due to money laundering. Add cryptocurrency into the mix and you face a challenge unforeseen by law enforcement agencies […]

TRACE Focus Group Discussions with Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs)

Every year, cross-border investigation into illicit money flows (IMFs) are hindered by fragmented e-evidence. The TRACE project addresses this issue by delivering a modular open-source framework for money-laundering investigations which can be tailored to meet law enforcement agencies’ needs.  TRACE solutions will empower law enforcement agencies to connect and visualise criminal networks, organisations, its people, and […]