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Threats of financial crimes and their consequences continue to escalate with the complexity of criminal and terrorist activities. International recognition of the risks to businesses, financial stability of economies and international free flow of capital has grown in recent decades. This has shaped regulations to counter the threats of illicit money laundering and terrorist financing activities. Countries across the world have implemented AML and CTF guidelines, taking into account the threat perceptions in their jurisdictions…

The nature of money laundering has become more complex with the globalisation of markets and advances in technology. Despite banks having anti-money laundering systems in place, most financial crimes go undetected with only 1 per cent seized by the authorities. This is because money laundering activities also target Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs), where financial crime detection systems may not be up-to-date or where risk exposure can be inaccurately accessed. As a result, regulatory compliance norms all over the world have increased dramatically…

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