AML: “Globalizing an extremely expensive regulatory order”
Scientists and even the UN have repeatedly exposed the puny impact of anti-money laundering efforts, yet the increasingly stark reality has been ignored for decades, and AML groupthink remains hostile to evidence challenging the dominant narrative.
United Nations slams AML’s 0.2% success rate
Seminal 2011 research paper exposed puny impact of anti-money laundering efforts.
Award-winning paper on AML effectiveness
Response to money laundering scandal: Evidence-informed or perception driven?
NZ’s “zero-crime” anti-money laundering strategy: “100% effective”
Intelligent design crushes crime by penalizing banks, citizens, says leading regulator.
Anti-money laundering effectiveness, crickets
Questions to which there must be an answer. Really, there must be, right?
The more things change, the more they stay the same
Anti-money laundering: A study in the persistence of dominant narratives.
The Paradox Papers
When the 'solutions' to Panama, Paradise, and Pandora papers prevent better anti-crime outcomes.
Anti-money laundering, anti-science
Major policy intervention shuns scientific method, public policy, outcomes and policing science.
"Transparency” industry staunchly tight-lipped
The anti-money laundering industry demands transparency, itself excepted.