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Ian Hamilton Fazey

UK Northern Correspondent

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Background Information

Employment History

Journalist and Author

Ian Hamilton Fazey


Chairman, Waterloo Old Players and Supporters

Waterloo Residents Association


General Manager

Liverpool Daily Post & Echo


Affiliations

The Financial Times Limited

Moderator


Education

Aston University


Web References(26 Total References)


UN Instruments

www.imolin.org [cached]

Consultant Editor: Ian Hamilton Fazey
Setting the Context: Ten Years on from the 1988 Convention, by Ian Hamilton Fazey, Financial Times, Moderator Ian Hamilton Fazey Financial Times, Moderator Ian Hamilton Fazey, has written for the Financial Times since 1980, when he returned to an award-winning career in journalism after six years as chief executive of two newspaper companies. He was the FT's UK northern correspondent for 10 years and was made an Officer of the Order of the British Empire in 1990 for services to journalism. He has since divided his time between the UK and Austria, where he writes about the UN's Vienna-based activities, including the United Nations International Drug Control Programme and the Global Programme Against Money Laundering. As Mr. Fazey has pointed out in the Financial Times, with international trade in drugs valued at more than twice this figure, our estimate is probably a conservative one. Ian Hamilton Fazey Financial Times, Moderator Ian Hamilton Fazey: In order to assist discussion, the panellists have been joined on the podium by Jean-François Thony, chief of the new Global Programme against Money Laundering, which the United Nations has set up in Vienna. Ian Hamilton Fazey: Our next speaker is Mr. Patrick Moulette, who is Executive Secretary of the Financial Action Task Force. Ian Hamilton Fazey: I now call Nan Donnells of FINCEN, the US Treasury Department*s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network. Ian Hamilton Fazey: I would like to call someone from an offshore centre. Ian Hamilton Fazey: To provide another perspective, I call the Secretary-General of the World Customs Organization, James Shaver. Ian Hamilton Fazey: I think Jack Blum would like to respond? Ian Hamilton Fazey: Our first contribution from a developing country comes from His Excellency Mauricio de Maria y Campos, former Director-General of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization, and now Ambassador-at-Large for Mexico. Ian Hamilton Fazey: I am sure this point will be particularly heeded by Professor Arlacchi and Jean-François Thony in their future activities.


UN Instruments

www.imolin.org [cached]

Consultant Editor: Ian Hamilton Fazey
Setting the Context: Ten Years on from the 1988 Convention, by Ian Hamilton Fazey, Financial Times, Moderator Ian Hamilton Fazey Financial Times, Moderator Ian Hamilton Fazey, has written for the Financial Times since 1980, when he returned to an award-winning career in journalism after six years as chief executive of two newspaper companies. He was the FT's UK northern correspondent for 10 years and was made an Officer of the Order of the British Empire in 1990 for services to journalism. He has since divided his time between the UK and Austria, where he writes about the UN's Vienna-based activities, including the United Nations International Drug Control Programme and the Global Programme Against Money Laundering. As Mr. Fazey has pointed out in the Financial Times, with international trade in drugs valued at more than twice this figure, our estimate is probably a conservative one. Ian Hamilton Fazey Financial Times, Moderator Ian Hamilton Fazey: In order to assist discussion, the panellists have been joined on the podium by Jean-François Thony, chief of the new Global Programme against Money Laundering, which the United Nations has set up in Vienna. Ian Hamilton Fazey: Our next speaker is Mr. Patrick Moulette, who is Executive Secretary of the Financial Action Task Force. Ian Hamilton Fazey: I now call Nan Donnells of FINCEN, the US Treasury Department*s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network. Ian Hamilton Fazey: I would like to call someone from an offshore centre. Ian Hamilton Fazey: To provide another perspective, I call the Secretary-General of the World Customs Organization, James Shaver. Ian Hamilton Fazey: I think Jack Blum would like to respond? Ian Hamilton Fazey: Our first contribution from a developing country comes from His Excellency Mauricio de Maria y Campos, former Director-General of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization, and now Ambassador-at-Large for Mexico. Ian Hamilton Fazey: I am sure this point will be particularly heeded by Professor Arlacchi and Jean-François Thony in their future activities. Ian Hamilton Fazey: Thank you. Ian Hamilton Fazey: This an appropriate point to bring in Jean-François Thony, the head of the Global Programme Against Money Laundering. Ian Hamilton Fazey: The report makes it very clear that there is no purpose to many international business corporations: some of them are used merely to launder money. But others are used for all kinds of other nefarious activities. Ian Hamilton Fazey: For regional balance, could we hear from Rick McDonell of the Asia Pacific Group on Money Laundering? Ian Hamilton Fazey: Jean-François Thony wishes to make a short statement on behalf of the Global Programme on Money Laundering. Ian Hamilton Fazey: We have had a very useful discussion; many subjects have been covered and it is quite clear that a fair amount of consensus has emerged among the international community represented here that something must be done about the issue of money laundering and how to combat it. Certain points have emerged about which there has been no dissent.


UN Instruments

www.imolin.org [cached]

Consultant Editor: Ian Hamilton Fazey
Setting the Context: Ten Years on from the 1988 Convention, by Ian Hamilton Fazey, Financial Times, Moderator Ian Hamilton Fazey Financial Times, Moderator Ian Hamilton Fazey, has written for the Financial Times since 1980, when he returned to an award-winning career in journalism after six years as chief executive of two newspaper companies. He was the FT's UK northern correspondent for 10 years and was made an Officer of the Order of the British Empire in 1990 for services to journalism. He has since divided his time between the UK and Austria, where he writes about the UN's Vienna-based activities, including the United Nations International Drug Control Programme and the Global Programme Against Money Laundering. As Mr. Fazey has pointed out in the Financial Times, with international trade in drugs valued at more than twice this figure, our estimate is probably a conservative one. Ian Hamilton Fazey Financial Times, Moderator Ian Hamilton Fazey: In order to assist discussion, the panellists have been joined on the podium by Jean-François Thony, chief of the new Global Programme against Money Laundering, which the United Nations has set up in Vienna. Ian Hamilton Fazey: Our next speaker is Mr. Patrick Moulette, who is Executive Secretary of the Financial Action Task Force. Ian Hamilton Fazey: I now call Nan Donnells of FINCEN, the US Treasury Department*s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network. Ian Hamilton Fazey: I would like to call someone from an offshore centre. Ian Hamilton Fazey: To provide another perspective, I call the Secretary-General of the World Customs Organization, James Shaver. Ian Hamilton Fazey: I think Jack Blum would like to respond? Ian Hamilton Fazey: Our first contribution from a developing country comes from His Excellency Mauricio de Maria y Campos, former Director-General of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization, and now Ambassador-at-Large for Mexico. Ian Hamilton Fazey: I am sure this point will be particularly heeded by Professor Arlacchi and Jean-François Thony in their future activities. Ian Hamilton Fazey: Thank you. Ian Hamilton Fazey: This an appropriate point to bring in Jean-François Thony, the head of the Global Programme Against Money Laundering. Ian Hamilton Fazey: The report makes it very clear that there is no purpose to many international business corporations: some of them are used merely to launder money. But others are used for all kinds of other nefarious activities. Ian Hamilton Fazey: For regional balance, could we hear from Rick McDonell of the Asia Pacific Group on Money Laundering? Ian Hamilton Fazey: Jean-François Thony wishes to make a short statement on behalf of the Global Programme on Money Laundering. Ian Hamilton Fazey: We have had a very useful discussion; many subjects have been covered and it is quite clear that a fair amount of consensus has emerged among the international community represented here that something must be done about the issue of money laundering and how to combat it. Certain points have emerged about which there has been no dissent.


| Events | Attractions | Attractions News | New gateway set for River Mersey

www.liverpool.com [cached]

Local resident, Ian Hamilton Fazey, chairman of Waterloo Residents' Association, said he hoped the Observatory would be an iconic image for those arriving by sea: "The old tower looks like a hideously deformed, overgrown concrete mushroom and hardly the way to greet international visitors as they enter from Liverpool Bay.


Port of Liverpool powered up

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Ian Hamilton Fazey, OBE, a retired Financial Times journalist who chairs the Waterloo Residents' Association, believes the turbines add an appropriate visual dynamic to the port's skyline.
He said: "They are in the right setting and are enhancing the area around them.


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