Fighting Illicit Flows - A Collective Response

Event: International Anticorruption Day 2020 - Strengthening Governance Systems to Combat Illicit Financial Flows at a Time of COVID-19

Fighting Illicit Flows - A Collective Response

18 December 2020
Author / Speaker: 
Lakshmi Kumar, Global Financial Integrity
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Money laundering in the region is costing governments and economies billions, which could have been used for the development and social sector gains for its populations. Global Financial Integrity Policy Director Lakshmi Kumar discusses how much countries lose with illicit financial flows, and how strength of anti-money laundering institutions, transparency mechanism, and establishment of systems such as automatic exchange of information can help in the fight against corruption.

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Learning Event


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