When international agencies or financial institutions suspect dirty money has gone through Australia, they turn to Neil Jensen. He is the head of the country's financial intelligence unit (FIU), the Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (Austrac), and its representative on many international organisations, such as the Egmont Group.

Austrac is at the sharp end of the attack on Asian organised crime. Created in 1988, it is Australia's lead agency fighting money laundering. It has a

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