Authoritarian regimes in many countries, and the men that lead them, depend on the international management of licit and illicit funds under their control. Frank Vogl shows that curbing their activities for their kleptocratic clients is critical to secure democracy, enhance national security, and ensure international financial stability.
About the Author
Frank Vogl, former senior World Bank official and foreign business and economics correspondent for The Times of London, teaches a graduate course at Georgetown University titled, Corruption, Conflict Resolution and Security. He is the Chair of the Board of Directors of the Partnership for Transparency Fund, and the co-founder and former Vice Chair of Transparency International, the global non-governmental anti-corruption organization. He served as President of Vogl Communications, Inc., an international communications consulting firm, from 1990 to 2018.