Partnering to Promote Anti-Money Laundering Reforms in Mongolia

Event: ADB Knowledge Forum 2018

Partnering to Promote Anti-Money Laundering Reforms in Mongolia

07 November 2018
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If an effective reform program were to successfully navigate the road from “current equilibrium” to the “desired equilibrium,” it may have to address four questions at the onset. The questions follow a cyclical process that starts with the identification of internal champions and grows wider to capture technocrats and key supporters in government, and the much wider realm of the private sector. This presentation features ADB’s anti-money laundering technical assistance project in Mongolia as a case example.

Geographical Focus: 
Subregional- Pacific
Regional - Asia
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Learning Event


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