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Integrity – AML/CFT and Combatting Illicit Flows

Anti-money laundering (AML) and combatting the financing of terrorism (CFT) regulation in combatting illicit flows is currently one of the primary international financial-sector standards that may, if not carefully implemented, have an impact on financial inclusion.

We seek to support compliance with international standards in a manner that does not unnecessarily affect financial-sector development and inclusion. We’ve conducted extensive research in the area of financial integrity as part of our Risk, Remittances and Integrity programme and beyond, across Africa, Latin America and Asia.

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