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Gary Miller on Fraud Investigation and Asset Recovery in University World News

The latest report of the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI) highlights the impact of illicit financial flows on education development and makes recommendations about how the education sector among countries, can be strengthened by using recovered assets.

International Fraud Group (IFG) Chair and Fraud Partner, Gary Miller, pointed out that few top universities in the world have recognised courses to train law and other students in the discipline of fraud investigation and international asset recovery.

All universities, particularly those that have a law faculty, should be carrying out research and academic studies as well as offering degree and educational training programmes in this important field.

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