Policy discussions within the confines of a largely closed, expert-driven anti-money laundering (AML) space have not generated sufficiently effective AML policies. No country is…
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Two of the sectors that are particularly attractive for the laundering of corrupt proceeds, in particular in cases of Grand Corruption, are the real estate and luxury goods and assets sectors. Assessments of national anti-money laundering frameworks consistently identify non-financial sectors as being at risk of facilitating the laundering of corrupt and criminal funds.