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Michele Riccardi is senior researcher at Transcrime since 2006 and adjunct professor of Business Economics at the Faculty of Political and Social Sciences of the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan. He is a researcher in the field of organised and financial crime, money laundering, criminal infiltration in the legal economy, management of confiscated businesses and manipulation of corporate information. He has been coordinating or cooperating in several projects funded at both European and national level, including project IARM – Identifying and assessing the risk of money laundering in Europe (2015-2016, www.transcrime.it/iarm/), OCP – Organised Crime Portfolio (www.ocportfolio.eu), EBOCS (www.ebocs.eu), ARIEL (www.arielproject.eu), Gli investimenti delle mafie (www.investimentioc.it), BOWNET (www.bownet.eu) and project FAKES (2009-2011).
He is member of the ARO – Asset Recovery Offices Platform of the EU Commission, DG Home Affairs and of the EU CEPOL – European Police College – money laundering common curriculum working group. He has been involved as expert in the Italian ML/TF national risk assessment conducted by the CSF – Financial Security Committee and in the IMF mutual evaluation of the Italian AML/CTF system.
He got a MSc in Accounting & Financial Economics with Distinction at the University of Essex, UK (2008) and a MA in International Relations with Distinction at the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy (2006). He also worked as journalist in Italy and Latin America, mainly dealing with economic and financial issues.
Michele Riccardi is also founding shareholder and member of the board of directors of Crime&tech s.r.l., academic spin-off of the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore – Transcrime.
DATA SCIENCE FOR POLICING, SECURITY AND PUBLIC SAFETY – Marco Dugato discusses the main existing approaches to crime forecasting at Cardiff University.
THE NEED FOR AN EU PLAN TO END THE VICIOUS CYCLE OF GRAND CORRUPTION – Prof. Ernesto Savona discusses about the EU needs to rethink its overall approach to asset recovery at the event organized by Transparency International EU.
EUROPEAN CRIME PREVENTION CONFERENCE (EUCPN) – Prof. Francesco Calderoni presents the final results of European project Proton.
TRAIN THE TRAINERS – Thomas Joyce talks about the value of radicalisation monitoring and the use of possible indicators allowing an early detection of radicalization phenomenon at the Department of Penitentiary Administration.
COOPERATION BETWEEN EUROPOL, ACADEMIA AND RESEARCH EXPERTS – Prof. Savona participates in the roundtable ‘Cooperation between Europol, Academia and Research Experts’.
TRAin TRAINING FINAL CONFERENCE – Prof. Savona discusses the European future of tools for monitoring radicalization processes in prison.
EMPIRICAL AML RESEARCH CONFERENCE – Michele Riccardi discusses how to assess the risk of illicit financial flows through the analysis of cross border ownership links of European businesses.
EUCPN Board Meeting – Prof. Francesco Calderoni presents the final results of European project Proton.
TOWARDS A COMMON EU STRATEGY TO FIGHT CORRUPTION AND ORGANISED CRIME – Prof. Savona discusses the need to improve the cross border cooperation in the fight against organised crime and corruption at the European Parliament.
AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CRIMINOLOGY Annual Meeting 2019 – Alberto Aziani talks about evolving crime trends, patterns, and measurements.
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