Money laundering is not a victimless crime; the true cost is borne by the victims of the crimes which generate dirty cash. Drug trafficking, fraud, modern slavery, cybercrime and corruption all leave a wake of suffering, and it is this which we are fighting to stop.
If the UK is to effectively combat the flow of illicit funds, frank and open conversations with those on the frontline are required. Through research, opinion and insight, brought together in the 'Money Laundering Exposed' initiative, LexisNexis® Risk Solutions, aims to drive the open debate required to combat money laundering.
A detailed view from those on the frontline
LexisNexis® Risk Solutions, working with the Economist Intelligence Unit*, has surveyed more than 200 professionals charged with combatting money laundering, to provide a detailed view of AML from the frontline. The resulting intelligence exposes we have much to do and highlights:
The fintech industry shares its perspective
Without the burden of complex legacy systems and armed with technology and analytics, fintechs are able to put effective AML controls at the heart of their processes.
Does this place fintechs in prime position to lead the way in the UK’s fight against money laundering? Over 60 senior AML professionals share their views in our latest paper, produced by the Economist Intelligence Unit, which highlights:
Opinions and views from senior AML stakeholders
Uncover the candid insights of senior anti-money laundering experts in the UK, from both the public and private sectors. This situational analysis highlights where the UK is winning, but crucially, where we must improve to combat money laundering and the insidious crimes which rely on it. Topics include:
Challenge your money laundering knowledge with a quiz on facts, figures and money laundering terminology. 3 levels of difficulty.