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Susan Grossey was born in Belgium, educated in Singapore, attended university in Cambridge, is an English graduate and a fully qualified teacher. She discovered the subject of money laundering in 1993 and has been hooked ever since. She now specialises in the subject of money laundering and had written several non-fiction books on the subject.
Since 1998 she has run her own money laundering consultancy, providing training, advice and on-going support to clients who wish to meet their legal obligations, educate their workforce, and avoid the reputational damage that inevitably results from beingcaught up in a financial crime investigation.

fatal ForgeryHer series of books Suspicious Activity – The Adventures of a Money Laundering Reporting Officer began her fictional output and now she has written three new books about her Victorian detective Sam Plank, all tales in the world of financial crime.

Free admission, refreshments. Donations to support the Library welcomed.

Wednesday 13 April 2016 at 7.30 pm at The Swifts, Haggis Gap, Fulbourn


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Fulbourn Arts is a group set up to organise and promote arts events in the village of Fulbourn, Cambridge, UK. New members of the group are always welcome, as well as additional volunteers we can call on to help manage events.

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