“Truth misspoke”, a new word game inspired by US president, ideal for AML
Researchers find that a country or bank can now flip the AML paradigm – demonstrably slashing crime, harm, regulatory risk, and costs; risk free – yet, curiously, FATF remains opposed to success. An ideal environment for “truth misspoke”.
An effectiveness rating for FATF’s AML Effectiveness Report
A new report assesses the state of global anti-money laundering efforts. How does the “effectiveness” report rate for effectiveness?
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.
The more things change, the more they stay the same
Anti-money laundering: A study in the persistence of dominant narratives.
Same words, different reality?
Disagreement is not bad. How we disagree might be. Try this quick poll.
“Academics think (Theory), Practitioners do (Reality)”
Peering behind the wall of things we know to be true.
The biggest problem with AML
Huge market for AML, no market for effective AML.