AML Case studies / Reports

Case studies/ reports which can provide in-depth knowledge of this area. Updated regularly.

Extract from the FATF report on Netherlands: Quote In 2006, the Utrecht School of Economics published a study funded by the Dutch Ministry of Finance, on “The Amounts and Effects of Money Laundering.” On a macro level the academics calculated that about EUR18 billion are laundered in or through the Netherlands...
Quote Some of the key questions the survey addresses include: Is AML still on the radar of banks’ leadership? How much is AML and related activity costing, and how much will it cost in the future? Where does AML fit into the changing landscape of risk and regulation in the financial sector? What is...
MONEY LAUNDERING AND FOREIGN CORRUPTION: ENFORCEMENT AND EFFECTIVENESS OF THE PATRIOT ACT CASE STUDY INVOLVING RIGGS BANK REPORT PREPARED BY THE MINORITY STAFF OF THE PERMANENT SUBCOMMITTEE ON INVESTIGATIONS Executive summary extract : The evidence reviewed by the Subcommittee staff establishes that, since at least 1997,Riggs has disregarded its anti-money laundering (AML) obligations, maintained a dysfunctional AML program despite frequent warnings from OCC...
  Detailed report link: here (Please note the file size is 178mb!)