01 Sep 2021
Tracking blood money
Wildlife Watch, ESA-Obs
Founder and CEO, Centre for Global Advancement.
Amanda Gore is a forensic accountant with over 20 years’ experience supporting multi-jurisdictional financial investigations, specializing in anti-corruption, money laundering, tax and asset tracing. Gore runs the Centre for Global Advancement, which focuses on alternative legal and financial crime strategies to combat environmental crime. She is also researching underground payment systems and laundering techniques used by criminal groups. She leads graduate courses in wildlife crime and environmental crime in the Criminal Justice and Forensic Science Department of Investigations at the University of New Haven. Over the last five years, Gore has concentrated on applying financial-crime tools to environmental-crime offences, primarily in Africa, Asia and Latin America.
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