It's official: Covid-19 more deadly than bullets
New rules adding gunshot victim to Covid death tally “only following orders from our Swiss leaders”
Anti-money laundering, anti-science
Major policy intervention shuns scientific method, public policy, outcomes and policing science.
When ID and KYC enable money laundering
To get ahead of the game, think the opposite of what you know.
Is money laundering harmful?
Most say yes, but more interesting observations “between the lines”.
AML compliance, oxymoron
Effective AML’s oxymoron buddy?
The three stages of AML failure
The truth about anti-money laundering’s “success” mirrors one adage or another.
“Academics think (Theory), Practitioners do (Reality)”
Peering behind the wall of things we know to be true.
The myth of money laundering’s 2-5 percent of global GDP
Of mythical numbers, facts by repetition, and truths by mantra.
“Money laundering" originated with Al Capone
Evidence suggests that the practice preceded and the money laundering phrase post-dated Capone.
What is money laundering?
Even regulators fall into common misconceptions.