22nd June 2014

What Is Anti-Money Laundering?

What is Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and why is it necessary?

What is Anti-Money Laundering?

Objective of Anti-Money Laundering

Anti-Money Laundering and FATF

AML in Banking

Financial Institutions’ Reactions to Anti-Money Laundering

Anti-Money Laundering and UNODC

In addition to the FATF, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime also proactively tries to identify and stop money laundering. This office has an informative website that provides facts and details about money laundering, as well as how it can be spotted and prevented.  The UN Office on Drugs and Crime also provides software that can be used to help prevent financial crime, collect data, and perform analysis.

The World Bank also provides information on its website about money laundering, as well as offering a plethora of advice to help both governments and private enterprises end the money laundering epidemic.

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