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Illicit Financial Flows in Brazil: A Hidden Resource for Improving Prosperity and Economic Stability
A Joint GFI-MINDS Conference in Rio De Janeiro
Please join Global Financial integrity (GFI) and the Multidisciplinary Institute for Development and Strategies (MINDS) for a day-long conference on September 9 in Rio de Janeiro for an expert discussion of the scale, causes, and consequences of illicit financial flows in Brazil and potential policy responses.
Based on a forthcoming report by Global Financial Integrity, Brazil: Capital Flight, Illicit Flows, and Macroeconomic Crises, 1960-2012, this event will include discussions and keynote remarks from Brazilian and international experts on the nature of Brazil’s illicit financial flows (IFFs), and how and why curtailing these IFFs should be a priority for Brazil’s next government.
Panelists and keynote speakers will be drawn from the public, private, and non-profit sectors to cover multiple sides of this important issue.
Registration begins at 09:00 and the program begins at 10:00. Please bring a copy of your ticket confirmation for faster processing. Lunch and coffee breaks will be provided.
For additional event information, including agenda and hotels, please check GFI's website.
Simultaneous English/Portuguese translation will be available.
Contact Christine Clough at firstname.lastname@example.org or +1-202-293-0740.
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Global Financial Integrity (GFI)
Global Financial Integrity (GFI) is a non-profit, Washington, DC-based research and advocacy organization, which produces high-caliber analyses of illicit financial flows, advises developing country governments on effective policy solutions, and promotes pragmatic transparency measures in the international financial system as a means to global development and security.