Gestion des risques

OECD Task Force on Countering Illicit Trade (TF-CIT)

 

The OECD Task Force on Countering Illicit Trade (TF-CIT) works with governments to better understand the full range of complex risks and threats posed to our global economies.

 
ILLICIT TRADE - A TRANS-NATIONAL PROBLEM

Transnational criminal networks profit from trafficking and illegal trades in drugs, arms, persons, toxic waste, natural resources, counterfeit consumer goods, and wildlife. Billions of dollars from these activities flow through the global economy each year distorting local economies, diminishing legitimate business revenues, deteriorating social conditions and fueling conflicts.


Illicit trade has a negative impact on economic stability, social welfare, public health, public safety & our environment - examples include:

  • Health & Safety - narcotics, fake medicines & foods, defective materials.
  • Environment - endanger wildlife & rain-forests through illegal environmental crimes.
  • Exploitation - forced human trafficking, prostitution and slavery.
  • Terrorism - financing criminality and terrorism.
  • Government - reduction of tax revenues & legitimate employment.


By drawing attention to the scope of illicit activities and the interconnections between them, the TF-CIT can also help countries focus and co-ordinate efforts to drive criminal entrepreneurs and illicit networks out of business.


The TF-CIT focuses on evidence-based research and advanced analytics to assist policy-makers map and understand the market vulnerabilities exploited and created by illicit trade.   

Quantitative metrics better inform policy makers to:

  • drive criminal entrepreneurs out of business,
  • reduce incentives to enter illegal markets,
  • reduce the opportunities for organised crime to enter the financial system,
  • help governments sustain legitimate markets.


Mapping tools
allow policy makers to address gaps in surveillance & monitoring systems to develop more effective early detection and warning systems.

 

EVENTS & MEETINGS

   


LATEST NEWS/ EVENTS

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ILLICIT TRADE: CONVERGING CRIMINAL NETWORKS

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This report assesses the magnitude, flows and drivers of illicit trade and the illegal economy.

See the report

 

TRADE IN COUNTERFEIT AND PIRATED GOODS

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This report assess the quantitative value, scope and trends in counterfeit and pirated goods.

See the report

 

 

 

BLOGS, REMARKS  & SPEECHES

CONTACT

Participation is open to government officials, experts from the business sector and research institutes.  For further information contact Mr Jack Radisch, OECD: jack.radisch@oecd.org 

 

 

 

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