G20 position paper: professional gatekeepers – real estate and luxury goods (2017)

Filed under - Intergovernmental bodies

Policy position published 17 May 2017
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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.

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Country / Territory - International   
Region - Global   
Language(s) - English   
Topic - Asset recovery   |   Intergovernmental bodies   |   Private sector   
Tags - Money laundering   |   Group of 20   |   G20   |   G20 Anti-Corruption Working Group   |   Illicit money   |   Luxury lifestyles   |   Luxury goods   |   Real estate   |   Luxury goods dealers   |   Real estate agents   

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