Securities trading could be money laundering tool

In its 2002-2003 report on money laundering, which it launched at a members’ conference in Paris, the FATF said the sector was attractive to money launderers because of its diversity, the ease of trading securities and the ability to perform transactions with little regard for national borders. The FATF is a Paris-based 29-member inter-governmental body, which works to counter money laundering and terrorist financing.

The risk of corruption
Given the size of securities sectors in some financial

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