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GAO-02-670, Money Laundering: Extent of Money Laundering ... As part of the subcommittee's efforts to combat money laundering, you asked us to secrecy jurisdictions[Footnote 5] could be vulnerable to money laundering. described in the Permanent Subcommittee's February 2001 report,[Footnote 6] the [3] Correspondent Banking: A Gateway to Money Laundering, U.S. Senate  Understanding Bank De-Risking and its Effects on Financial ... The goals of financial inclusion, and anti-money laundering and countering the 5. In such clear instances of market failure, either government or the public sector must serve as an access point and gateway for their traditionally underserved correspondent banking relationships to provide access to the global financial  US Money Laundering Threat Assessment (MLTA) - Treasury ... 7 Minority Staff of the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations Report on Correspondent Banking: A Gateway for Money Laundering,. February 5, 2001. 8 Ibid  the 2001 national money laundering strategy - Treasury ...

23 Jul 2009 Not so long ago, another money-laundering scandal rocked Antigua's to warrant inclusion in a report dated February 5, 2001, produced by the Minority entitled Correspondent Banking: A Gateway to Money Laundering. Banks' management of high money-laundering risk ... - FCA