On July 18, Hudson Institute’s Kleptocracy Initiative and the Partnership for Transparency’s Anti-Corruption Forum will host a discussion on U.S. government approaches to kleptocracy and money laundering, including investigations, prosecutions, compliance, and possible legislation.
Kendall Day, Deputy Assistant Attorney General overseeing the Department of Justice’s Kleptocracy Asset Recovery Initiative, will deliver a presentation about the importance of anti-kleptocracy enforcement; work being pursued by the Department of Justice; and recent successes and current challenges.
Mr. Day will be introduced by Bill Corcoran, Director of the Partnership for Transparency’s Barry Metzger Rule of Law Initiative. The presentation will be followed by an expert panel discussion moderated by Charles Davidson, Executive Director of Hudson Institute’s Kleptocracy Initiative. The panel will include Karen Greenaway, Supervisory Special Agent, International Corruption Unit, Federal Bureau of Investigation; Gary Kalman, Executive Director, Financial Accountability and Corporate Transparency Coalition; and Thomas Firestone, Partner, Baker & McKenzie LLP and international anti-corruption specialist.