Money laundering and criminal infiltration: towards new risk indicators
The emergency generated by the COVID-19 pandemic and the consequent economic crisis can significantly affect money laundering, corruption and criminal infiltration risks related to businesses and financial institutions. These new risk scenarios, together with the need of quickly revive the economy, require a risk assessment review. On a hand, using forecasting tools and new indicators of anomaly seem even more important, on the other hand an in-depth analysis of the adequacy and effectiveness of counterparty’s tools is needed.
We talked about this in the webinar “Money laundering and criminal infiltration: towards new risk indicators” promoted by ANRA in cooperation with Bureau van Dijk and Transcrime.
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