The IFFC is an independent not-for-profit foundation and the hub of a knowledge-intensive public-private network in the field of financial-economic crime and crime related finance.
The IFFC is based in The Hague, The Netherlands: the international city of peace, justice and security, which symbolizes the connection between technology, conflict management and law. As the Dutch platform for knowledge and expertise on financial-economic crime, the IFFC seeks to interact with similar organisations worldwide.
To stimulate public-private cooperation in the combat against FEC, in the interest of social integrity and reducing the financial impact to society.
Financial-economic crime is a social problem. The IFFC believes that government, the business community and knowledge institutions have a shared responsibility to prevent and combat FEC in order to have a sustainable and ethical society. Our vision is to connect parties, to facilitate and stimulate cooperation between these parties, to spot trends in financial-economic crime in an early stage, and to bring financial-economic crime issues to the agenda of public and private institutions.
The work of IFFC is based on the following values:
- Professional which leads to trust
As a knowledge and expertise centre in the field of combating financial-economic, the IFFC brings together parties from the public, private and academic sectors in a trusted environment where they can:
- share knowledge with each other;
- expand their network;
- map financial-economic crime-issues;
- work together on innovative solutions.
As a trustworthy partner, the IFFC seeks cooperation and connection with existing organisations (government, business, knowledge institutions and politics), networks and initiatives that engage in the combat against financial-economic crime.
In addition to and in conjunction with existing agendas, the IFFC determines its focus. In addition, the institute monitors developments in the field of financial-economic crime (trend watching).
What does the IFFC do?
- Building a network (connection and collaboration): through events and working groups (cross-sectoral, multidisciplinary, cross-generational);
- Gather knowledge & expertise by facilitating working groups, projects and network events;
- Promoting innovation and research (through research projects, "pilots" / experimental gardens and trend watching.
- Sharing & disseminate knowledge: through events & communication