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Oguzhan Akin received his MSc in International Business from the University of Salford in the UK. He is currently a PhD candidate at the Warsaw School of Economics. At WSE he started his KYC approach research and analyzing the cryptocurrency policies and licenses and working on the idea of money laundering and terrorist financing prevention to fight financial crime, including bribery and corruption.

Oguzhan has extensive experience as a researcher, AML & KYC professional and public speaker socio-political related economy issues developed in Turkey and in the international arena, and he is specialized in inter-governmental agreements with methods of violation of these agreements fieldwork experience in Europe, off-shore countries and Far East Asia. 

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Oguzhan Akin

Affiliation

Warsaw School of Economics

Professional Title

PhD Candidate / AML & KYC Analyst

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Specialisms

Anti-Money Laundering (AML)
Data Collection, Data Mining and Business/Entity Analysis Blockchain Research
Cryptocurrency KYC Approach Research
Environmental and Social Risk (ESR)
Financial Action Task Force (FATCA)
Common Reporting Standard (CRS)
EU Anti-Money Laundering Directives (IV)
Combating the Financing of Terrorism (CFT)

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