TRACE Consortium meets in Tallinn

The EU funded TRACE project aims to trace illicit money flows in various organised crime schemes by utilisation of cutting edge AI technology. The TRACE Consortium met in Tallinn on 12-13 September 2022, to assess our progress and coordinate the upcoming tasks.  The project meeting, kindly hosted by the Estonian Tax and Customs Board, started with a welcome from the Director General, […]

Money Laundering Via Non-Fungible Tokens

Editor’s note: This blog was first published at the Oxford Business Law Blog site. If you would like to hear more about this topic, please consider visiting our lecture “Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) in the art market: A new medium for money laundering?” at the CEPOL conference on the 9th of June, 14:30-14:50 CEST.  When we think of art, what often […]