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The European Union must change its supervisory architecture to fight money laundering

Joshua Kirschenbaum and NicolasVeron, (2019), “The European Union must change its supervisory architecture to fight money laundering”, 26 February

Money laundering scandals at EU banks, often linked to Russia, have become pervasive. Reform of anti–money laundering (AML) supervision is urgent. Illicit actors have repeatedly moved billions of dollars through individual banks. This flow sustains the Kremlin’s patronage system at home by serving as an outlet for elites while it simultaneously corrodes institutions, commerce, and politics in Europe.

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