Financial Intelligence Adviser Alan Lambert Discusses Money Laundering in the Caribbean

Published: November 5th, 2007

Category: News

Alan Lambert (pictured left), a former career detective who specializes in the investigation of financial crimes in the Caribbean, spoke to UF law students Oct. 31 at an event sponsored by CaribLaw, the International Law Society, and the Black Law Students Association. For the past seven years, at the appointment of the United Kingdom Foreign Office, Lambert served as a financial intelligence adviser to the governments of Trinidad & Tobago, Antigua & Barbuda, and St. Kitts and Nevis. Lambert created financial investigation and financial intelligence units and conducted training courses for select personnel as a consultant to the Caribbean Anti-Money Laundering Programme. Lambert worked for at least 30 years as a detective in the United Kingdom police force, specializing in white collar crime and the financial affairs of drug traffickers. At one point, he served as Head of the Financial Investigation Unit for Hertfordshire Police. Currently, Lambert operates his own consulting business, Askalan. Alan Lambert