Conference Outcome

  • Gain insights from experienced practitioners on latest development and challenges in financial criminology and seeking available solutions for economics and financial crime
  • Opportunity to present and discuss the capacity of different theories, methodologies and practical information concerning financial crimes occurring today across and between countries
  • Obtain information on best practices and use of new techniques of surveillance towards effective preventions and deterrence of fraud and risk management programmes
  • Expand networking opportunities and promote collective and individual research interests through collaborations and partnership arrangements for academics and practitioners from various fields with inter-disciplinary interests
  • Strengthen the international exchange and cooperation, and explore win-win opportunities in joint discussion of financial criminology issues and developments


Scope of Papers

Papers submitted should include the theoretical, practical and legal perspectives of both public and private sectors and in relation to the conference theme on the following areas:

  • Financial criminology
  • Forensic accounting
  • Corporate governance 
  • Accounting and auditing
  • Law, litigation and policy
  • Banking and financial services management
  • Audit and investigation of financial crimes
  • Money laundering and terrorism
  • Computer forensics and cyber crimes
  • Corporate risks and corporate governance
  • Criminal justice issues
  • Ethics and integrity
  • Islamic governance and Shariah compliant finance 
  • IT related fraud and IT issues
  • Cyber-Financial crimes and cyber security
  • Financing industry issues
  • Occupational crime and prevention
  • Organized trans-national crimes
  • Fraud within government linked companies, non-profit organizations and social business
  • Government enforcement agencies
  • Any related management, business and economics areas of study