If you don’t know whom this post’s headline is talking about, you don’t know who Ray Todd is. And if you don’t know who Ray Todd is, you don’t know about the eponymously named raytodd.blog. And if you don’t know about the blog, you don’t know about what I think is the single best aggregator of news and information on corruption, money laundering, economic sanctions, and related topics.
From a blurb flagging FATF’s recent evaluation of Albania’s money laundering regime to a note on GAB contributor Frederick Davis’ important new Columbia Journal of Transnational Law article “Judicial Review of Deferred Prosecution Agreements: A Comparative Study,” to a link to an English language summary of the just released 2021 annual report of the French Anticorruption Agency, you are missing out. On a lot. Ray’s blog is indispensable source of news for those in the anticorruption community.
All he asks in return is that readers occasionally make a small contribution. Enough to buy him a coffee. Given the blog’s value added, he deserves much more. But hey readers, how about starting by financing his morning java?