Centre for Financial and Corporate Integrity
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Dr Lorenzo Pasculli, has submitted evidence to the House of Commons’ Treasury Committee to assess the government’s response to COVID-19-related fraud risks and suggest more effective preventive measures.
This evidence could help to inform policies to protect the nation from financial fraudsters during the COVID-19 recovery.
Researchers are harnessing the power of tourism to strengthen socio-economic foundations and support reconcilation in the state of Jammu and Kashmir, using lessons learnt from Northern Ireland. Read more in Innovate magazine.
The immense financial and social impacts of corporate corruption is driving greater scrutiny on the laws which govern global financial markets and an increasing demand for robust and comprehensive governance to police this industry.
The Centre for Financial and Corporate Integrity (CFCI) aims to create an awareness and understanding of the complex interrelationships between economics, finance, accounting and law that, together, play a crucial role in informing transformative issues and events facing global corporations, such as corporate scandals, global financial crises, economic instability and inequality in welfare allocation.
Through research, our centre has the tall, but important ambition of inciting integrity and ethos in modern business.