AUG 11 2019
2:00PM
VENUE WASHINGTON

Anti-money laundering: Are we where we want to be?

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Websitehttps://www.brookings.edu/events/

America’s anti-money laundering (AML) system is designed to catch criminals and deter illicit activity. Since its inception in the 1960s, AML has grown beyond organized crime and tax evasion to combat drug dealers, human trafficking, and after September 11, 2001, terrorists. Today, AML compliance is a multi-billion-dollar industry generating millions of annual reports and is used in law enforcement cases spanning a wide range of activities.

New questions about AML’s goals, effectiveness, and impact on financial inclusion today have prompted proposals in Congress to modify AML in significant ways. On September 11, Brookings will convene current and former policy makers and leading thought leaders to examine whether we have arrived at the right place with our AML policy, and if not, what needs to change.

Register HERE TO ATTEND and HERE FOR THE LIVE WEBCAST.

Join the conversation on Twitter using #AML

 

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