Episode 07: Tom Mueller

Graduating from both Oxford and Harvard, Tom Mueller is author of the book, Crisis of Conscience: whistleblowing in an age of fraud, a cultural history of whistleblowing and fraud.

AML Talk Show Hosted by Martin Woods

In this series of monthly podcasts, our host Martin Woods will interview key figures in the world of financial crime prevention and examine successes and failures in the global fight against money laundering and related crimes including drug trafficking, bribery and corruption, sanctions evasion, human trafficking and tax evasion.


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When Tom said that, he's pointing a recording device, as well as my tie. That's all. So, ladies and gents, well to the financial crime conversation. I'm in London. I'm in the office of Constantine Cannon with the bestselling author, Tom Mueller. And before I can start, please allow me to thank Constantine Cannon, one of the world's leading whistleblower law firms, and consequently, good friends at a global level of the whistleblowing community. As for Tom Mueller, well, he's a committed professional. He's spent the past seven years, Tom, of his life talking to and writing about whistleblowers, and his latest book, a Crisis of Conscience: Whistleblowers in an Age of Fraud, is a must read for members of the anti-money laundering and global anti-financial crime community.

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