The Combatting Illicit Economies Programme (Latin America) is calling for bids for an Analysis of Regional Illicit Financial Flow Vulnerability.
Illicit Economies Programme (“CIEP”) is a programme funded through the UK: British Embassy, Colombia (with, and on behalf of, other British Embassies in the region).
- The Combatting’s Conflict Stability and Security Fund. It partners with countries in Latin America to tackle threats including serious organised crime (from drugs to money laundering to environmental crime), grand corruption and instability/conflict.
- There are various channels used to move money internationally – whether incoming or outgoing – such as but not limited to, trade, banking positions, foreign direct investment, and portfolio investment. Each of those will have different relative levels of importance to a given country and including as illicit finance moves between countries. Each country may also experience different levels of vulnerability to the misuse of those channels by a range of actors and whether working within a country or transnationally across the region.
The deadline to submit applications for this program is 29-Aug-21.
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