Untangling Asia's mixed signals on AML

Compliance Money Laundering

Although Singapore and Hong Kong are two of the Asia-Pacific region's most dynamic economies, the anti-money laundering (AML) regime in both places is more about talk and less about action, say bankers, software vendors and consultants. Although both jurisdictions are promulgating new AML rules, banks are not purchasing technology or consulting services to improve their frameworks. And those banks that are taking action are opting to build systems internally. One software vendor says: "You would

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