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Combat Financial Crimes in the Era of Emergent Technologies

A multi-stakeholder perspective from the Netherlands and Singapore

On 3 March 2021 the first roundtable between the Netherlands and Singapore on Combat against Financial Crimes in the Era of Emergent Technologies took place. Emergent technologies as blockchain, cryptocurrencies, artificial intelligence and privacy-preserving technologies have created many opportunities for innovation and economic growth, as well as a new borderless threat landscape.

Challenges to combat these cyber-enabled financial crimes can involve a significant number of actors and is by default a multistakeholder problem that requires innovative and collaborative solutions.

The Netherlands and Singapore are small countries with strong financial centres, highly digitalized and connect, with a strong focus on innovation. This roundtable envisioned to deepen foundations of trust and confidence to share our challenges as well as good practices. During the roundtable, the perspectives from all angles of the triple helix were shared, and as a result a prioritized agenda with important topics is identified.

Combat Financial Crimes in the Era of Emergent Technologies


If you would like more information, please contact:
about the message: Alexander van den Wall Bake

Alexander van den Wall Bake

Lead Self-Sovereign Identity (SSI)

about the message: Yvo Hunink

Yvo Hunink

Program Lead Digital Product Passports

about the message: Hanneke Jansen

Hanneke Jansen

Coalition secretary

about the message: Mark van Staalduinen

Mark van Staalduinen

Program Lead Digital Trust

about the message: Marloes Pomp

Marloes Pomp

Program Lead Governance & Web3

about the message: Nina Huijberts

Nina Huijberts

Project assistant

about the message: Robert Jan van Pelt

Robert Jan van Pelt

Program manager Company Passport

about the message: Victor van der Hulst

Victor van der Hulst


about the message: Rob van Gijzel

Rob van Gijzel

Vice president

about the message: Koen Hartog

Koen Hartog

Lead Use Cases

about the message: Harmen van de Kooij

Harmen van de Kooij

Program Lead Digital Commons and Interoperability

about the message: Femke Bartelds

Femke Bartelds