Paris, Bonn and Frankfurt
Old Members’ Trust Graduate Conference and Academic Travel Fund Report – Miles Kellerman (2017, International Relations)
In August 2019, I travelled to Paris, Bonn and Frankfurt to conduct interviews with regulators and industry professionals. The purpose of these interviews was to better understand how European regulators cooperate to combat new, technologically-sophisticated forms of financial crime. This was my final stop after a long series of interviews and archival research in London, Toronto, New York, Washington, D.C., The Hague, and Amsterdam.
My trips to France and Germany were extremely informative and will directly contribute to my dissertation chapters on European regulatory cooperation. And there are plenty of worse places to be than Paris when you need to find some dinner after a long day of interviews!
I am very grateful to University College and the Old Members’ Trust Graduate Conference and Academic Travel Grant for their support in enabling me to undertake this field research.
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Published: 23 September 2019
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