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Anton Moiseienko
Research Fellow at . PhD from . Interested in economic crime, cybercrime and international law. Personal views.
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Anton Moiseienko 18h
No doubt a research experiment gone badly wrong...
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Anton Moiseienko 22h
“Do you know Alexander Vinnik?” via
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Tom Keatinge Nov 13
Start the week with some fin crime fun! Join us on Mon 18th for a discussion of ’s planned strategic review... If you’re one of our overseas friends, you can watch the recording later in the week! Contact the events team to apply to attend:
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Anton Moiseienko Nov 14
Replying to @helenacjwood
Finally someone will pursue criminals with dogged determination...!
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Oliver Bullough Nov 13
I wrote this about Boris Johnson's decision to quash the report on Russian interference. This isn't just a Johnson story though, but a decades-long alliance between our two countries' elites that needs to be exposed, and put a stop to.
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Matthew Levitt Nov 13
Play Your Cards Right: Preventing Criminal Abuse of Online Gambling ⁦
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CFCS Nov 13
If you enjoyed our crypto and e-gaming papers, here's your next fix! In the latest piece of our Financial Crime 2.0 programme, takes a look at money-laundering through online gambling. 🎲🎰🃏
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Anton Moiseienko Nov 12
And here comes the sequel of the Trade-Based Money Laundering podcast with 👇
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Anton Moiseienko Nov 11
Replying to @lawyerofpirates
Congrats!
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Steve Stewart-Williams Nov 7
No big deal; just a guy playing fetch with a beluga whale... 😮
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Sam Hardy Nov 10
Historian Anastasia Yeshchenko was named once & late in the report on her murder & dismemberment. Oleg Sokolov, who "shot & killed [her]... then sawed off her head, arms & legs", was named 17 times, including in the caption of a photo of him as Napoleon.
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Anton Moiseienko Nov 8
A big win for Ukraine as rules it has jurisdiction over its claims vs. Russia under both Convention and CERD. This does not prejudge the decision on merits, but gives Ukraine a platform to expose Russia's behaviour.
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Kayla Izenman Nov 8
Great to see our Financial Crime 2.0 work on ML and e-gaming being featured by ! Some in-game items and currencies “function like virtual currencies” -
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The White Collar Crime Centre Nov 7
Cyprus to strip ‘golden passports’ from 26 people via
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Anton Moiseienko Nov 7
Another stellar cast assembled by to discuss financial crime!
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BAE Systems AI Nov 6
of and Jon Draper of the BAE Systems Futures team discuss Trade Based Money Laundering. Listen to the podcast:
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Colin King Nov 6
New article - "Anti-money laundering regulation and the art market"
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SHOC Nov 6
., and conclude their 4-part series with reflections on areas where new thinking is required to improve global governance against crime in :
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Anton Moiseienko Nov 4
Interesting news today as obtain a Finnish licence and become subject to supervision. So much for the misconception that decentralised exchanges are somehow exempt from regulation!
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Anton Moiseienko Nov 3
Replying to @HeathrowAirport
Thanks for the quick reply. It's Terminal 5, and it's a usual state of affairs here!
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