FATF Report: Money Laundering from Environmental Crimes July 2021

Event: Following the Money Trails of the Illicit Wildlife Trade

FATF Report: Money Laundering from Environmental Crimes July 2021

01 July 2021
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Financial Action Task Force (FATF) [node:field_last_name], Financial Action Task Force (FATF)
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The FATF conducted a study to strengthen awareness of the scale and nature of criminal gains and laundering techniques for environmental crimes. This study builds on the FATF’s 2020 report on financial flows from the illegal wildlife trade. It brings together expertise from across the FATF’s Global Network to identify good practices that governments and the private sector can take to disrupt the profitability of environmental crimes. The findings for this report are based on case studies and good practices provided by over 40 countries, alongside expertise from civil society and the private sector.

 

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Global
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Learning Event

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