The papers to be delivered at the Central Bank of the Bahamas third annual international conference on Empirical Approaches to Anti-Money Laundering and Financial Crime Suppression are now available here. The conference brings together a mixture of academics and practitioners to assess what we know and don’t know about curbing money laundering. The conference schedule and instructions on virtual attendance is here.
Papers likely of special interest to GAB readers include –
- Enabling African loots: Tracking the laundering of Nigerian kleptocrats’ ill-gotten gains
- Conceptual Framework for the Statistical Measurement of Illicit Financial Flows
- Complex Ownership Structures: Addressing the Risks for Beneficial Ownership Transparency
- Dirty Money: How Banks Influence Financial Crime
- Does Changing the Rules Change Behaviour? Comparing Regulatory Reform and Behavioral Outcomes in Shell Company Transparency