The Global Initiative Network
Financial Crime Consultant/Advisor
Nicholas is an independent advisor working with governments and private sector organisations worldwide to deliver better results in the areas of financial crime, analysis, information and intelligence sharing, partnerships, and cross border investigations.
Nicholas’ experience is complemented by a Doctorate in Criminal Justice in which his research focused on the prevention of money laundering. He publishes on the topics of money laundering, terrorism financing, intelligence, and cross border investigations.
- Gilmour, N. (2023). “Crime scripting the criminal activities of money laundering – holistically” (forthcoming) . Journal of Money Laundering Control.
- Gilmour, N. (2020). “Illustrating the incentivised steps criminals take to launder cash while avoiding government anti-laundering measures“. Journal of Money Laundering Control, vol 23, issue 2.
- Gilmour, N. (2017). “Blindingly obvious and frequently exploitable – money laundering through the purchasing of high value portable commodities“. Journal of Money Laundering Control, vol 24, issue 2.
- Gilmour, N., Dilloway, S. and Hicks, T. (2017). “Examining the practical viability of internationally recognised standards in preventing the movement of money for the purposes of terrorism – a crime script approach“. Journal Financial Crime, vol 24, issue 2.
- Gilmour, N. (2016). “Preventing money laundering: a test of situational crime prevention theory“. Journal of Money Laundering Control, vol 19, issue 4.
- Richardson, S. and Gilmour, N. (2015). “Cyber Crime and National Security – A New Zealand Perspective“. European Review of Organized Crime (EROC).
- Gilmour, N. (2015). “Everyday vulnerabilities – money laundering through cash intensive businesses“. Journal of Money Laundering Control, vol 18, issue 3.
- Gilmour, N. (2015). “Understanding the practices behind money laundering – a rational choice interpretation“. International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice.
- Gilmour, N. (2015). “Understanding Money Laundering – A crime script approach“. European Review of Organized Crime (EROC).
- Gilmour, N. and Hicks, T. (2023). “The War on Dirty Money” (first edition). Policy Press, Bristol University.
- Richardson, S. and Gilmour, N. (2016). “Intelligence and Security Oversight Subtitle: An Annotated Bibliography and Comparative Analysis By: Sophie Richardson and Dr Nicholas Gilmour“. Palgrave: Pivot Title.
- Gilmour, N. (2016). “Understanding organised crime: A rationalised and modern perspective for law enforcement” in Petrigh, M. (ed.) Security and Risk Management: Critical Reflections and International Perspectives Vol 1.
- Gilmour, N. (2013). “Carefully managing expectations – The role of the ‘Force International Liaison Officer’ within British policing” in den Boer, M. and Block, L. (eds.) Liaison Officers: Essential Actors in Transnational Policing.
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