Dr. Ramandeep Chhina is an Associate Professor/Head of Law at Edinburgh Napier University (Edinburgh, UK). She did her Masters (MSt) and Doctorate (DPhil) in Law from the University of Oxford, analysing the issue of fraud in international trade transactions. Dr Chhina has extensive experience of over ten years working as a practitioner, trainer, consultant and academic – in the field of international commercial law and transnational financial crime. Dr. Chhina’s research interests are particularly focussed in the field of international trade finance and financial crime, particularly investigating fraud, money laundering and bribery in international trade transactions. Dr. Chhina is a non-practising solicitor of England and Wales, a Certified Financial Crime Specialist (CFCS) and a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS). She has worked on various capacity building and technical assistance projects with different international organisations (OSCE, UNITAR, Belgian Development Agency, European Union, Council of Europe, and USAID) to strengthen the legal and regulatory AML/CFT framework and capabilities of the relevant supervisory authorities and stakeholders in different jurisdictions (including Albania, Armenia, Belgium, Georgia, India, Kosovo, Moldova, Montenegro, Palestine, Serbia, Taiwan, Ukraine, and United Kingdom) to combat money laundering, bribery and corruption.

Dr. Ramandeep Chhina is an Associate Professor/Head of Law at Edinburgh Napier University (Edinburgh, UK). She did her Masters (MSt) and Doctorate (DPhil) in Law from the University of Oxford, analysing the issue of fraud in international trade transactions. Dr Chhina has extensive experience of over ten years working as a practitioner, trainer, consultant and academic – in the field of international commercial law and transnational financial crime. Dr. Chhina’s research interests are particularly focussed in the field of international trade finance and financial crime, particularly investigating fraud, money laundering and bribery in international trade transactions. Dr. Chhina is a non-practising solicitor of England and Wales, a Certified Financial Crime Specialist (CFCS) and a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS). She has worked on various capacity building and technical assistance projects with different international organisations (OSCE, UNITAR, Belgian Development Agency, European Union, Council of Europe, and USAID) to strengthen the legal and regulatory AML/CFT framework and capabilities of the relevant supervisory authorities and stakeholders in different jurisdictions (including Albania, Armenia, Belgium, Georgia, India, Kosovo, Moldova, Montenegro, Palestine, Serbia, Taiwan, Ukraine, and United Kingdom) to combat money laundering, bribery and corruption.
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Dr. Ramandeep Chhina is an Associate Professor/Head of Law at Edinburgh Napier University (Edinburgh, UK). She did her Masters (MSt) and Doctorate (DPhil) in Law from the University of Oxford, analysing the issue of fraud in international trade transactions. Dr Chhina has extensive experience of over ten years working as a practitioner, trainer, consultant and academic – in the field of international commercial law and transnational financial crime. Dr. Chhina’s research interests are particularly focussed in the field of international trade finance and financial crime, particularly investigating fraud, money laundering and bribery in international trade transactions. Dr. Chhina is a non-practising solicitor of England and Wales, a Certified Financial Crime Specialist (CFCS) and a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS). She has worked on various capacity building and technical assistance projects with different international organisations (OSCE, UNITAR, Belgian Development Agency, European Union, Council of Europe, and USAID) to strengthen the legal and regulatory AML/CFT framework and capabilities of the relevant supervisory authorities and stakeholders in different jurisdictions (including Albania, Armenia, Belgium, Georgia, India, Kosovo, Moldova, Montenegro, Palestine, Serbia, Taiwan, Ukraine, and United Kingdom) to combat money laundering, bribery and corruption.