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The world’s greatest forum for civil society, goverments and the private sector working together to fight corruption.

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Saturday, December 3 • 11:30 - 13:30
Gatekeepers: How Can We Keep Corrupt Cash Out of Clean Businesses?

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Bankers, lawyers, accountants, real estate professionals, luxury goods dealers and others have the challenge of keeping corrupt money out of clean businesses. This could be a real estate broker in Miami asked to sell a condo to a person with highly questionable capital, or a lawyer asked to set up an account in a tax haven for a client with dubious credentials. This panel will address some of the issues these gatekeepers face, discuss the impact of allowing corrupt capital into clean businesses and markets, and explore ways to prevent this from happening in the future.  

Moderators
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Clark Gascoigne

Deputy Executive Director, The FACT Coalition
Clark Gascoigne is the Deputy Executive Director of the Financial Accountability and Corporate Transparency Coalition (FACT Coalition), a non-partisan alliance of more than 100 state, national, and international organizations in the United States working toward a fair tax system that addresses the challenges of a global economy and promoting policies to combat the harmful impacts of corrupt financial practices. | | Mr. Gascoigne oversee's... Read More →

Speakers
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Tutu Alicante

Executive Director, EG Justice
Tutu Alicante is an Equatoguinean human right lawyer and anticorruption advocate. He is also the founder and executive director of EG Justice, a non-governmental organization that promotes human rights, rule of law, and transparency in Equatorial Guinea. He is a vocal critic of Equatorial Guinea’s state capture by its kleptocratic regime, and corporate complicity of multinational corporations.
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Greg Baer

President of the Association Executive Vice President and General Counsel of the Payments Company, The Clearing House
Greg Baer is President of The Clearing House Association and Executive Vice President and General Counsel of The Clearing House Payments Company, the oldest and largest private sector payments operator in the United States. The Clearing House Association represents the interests of The Clearing House’s commercial bank ownership on a diverse range of regulatory and legislative matters through position papers, academic research, comment... Read More →
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Porter McConnell

Director, Financial Transparency Coalition
Porter McConnell is the Director of the Financial Transparency Coalition, a coalition of nonprofits, experts, and governments dedicated to curtailing illicit financial flows out of developing countries. She has worked at Oxfam America and the ONE campaign on issues ranging from global health to development finance to governance. Before coming to Washington, Porter was based in Bogotá, Colombia, where she built a network of... Read More →
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Eryn Schornick

Policy Advisor on Banks and Corruption, Global Witness

Session Coordinator
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Chris Sanders

Transparency International



Saturday December 3, 2016 11:30 - 13:30
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