Reassessing the Risk Based Anti-Money Laundering Strategy
The adoption of the risk-based money laundering detection system across Europe has given increased investigative responsibility to banks. For countries where banks are often collaborators in the money laundering schemes, the criminals are in effect investigating themselves. Governments in these countries must reassess their risk-based strategies, and with the help of the EU, increase the means of regulation to stem the flow of billions of illicit Euros.
Discovering Opportunities in the Pandemic? Four Economic Response Scenarios for Central Asia
Executive Summary The COVID-19 crisis represents not only an unprecedented economic disruption but also an opportunity for Central Asia. A specific economic policy response may trigger either game-changing reforms that […]