¿Quién pone las reglas sobre los Flujos Financieros Ilícitos?
April 19th, 2017
Más allá de algunos nombres familiares — Organización para la Cooperación y el Desarrollo Económicos (OCDE), el Grupo de los 20 (G20) y el Fondo Monetario Internacional (FMI) — existe una extensa red de organizaciones que diseñan el funcionamiento del sistema financiero. A la mayor parte de esas instituciones la conoce solo un pequeño grupo
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Doors Wide Open: Corruption and real estate in four key markets
March 29th, 2017
The real estate market has long provided a way for individuals to secretly launder or invest stolen money and other illicitly gained funds. Not only do expensive apartments in New York, London or Paris raise the social status of their owners and enhance their luxurious lifestyles, but they are also an easy and convenient place
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Who Makes the Rules on Illicit Financial Flows?
February 22nd, 2017
Who Makes the Rules on Illicit Financial Flows highlights six often overlooked institutions that play a role in developing global financial transparency measures. The brief introduces these institutions, which are generally unknown to the public despite their power in setting global norms. The piece concludes with options to make these bodies more inclusive so that global
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Top Secret: countries keep financial crime fighting data to themselves
February 15th, 2017
A new report funded by the FTC, and carried out by Coordinating Committee member Transparency International, examines the disclosure requirements for anti-money laundering statistics. Public scrutiny is vital to ensure accountability in the banking sector, however, as this report finds, in major financial centers far too much data on anti-money laundering activities by government regulators is
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