John Chevis is a senior adviser for Transparency International Australia. He spent 12 years working on fraud and corruption cases for the Australian Federal Police and is an occasional adviser on anti-money laundering for the United Nations.
A seismic rumbling occurred recently in the field of anti-money laundering – one that portends a tectonic shift in the way in which money is laundered around the world. It’s a shift that also hopefully, finally, brings an end to the merry-go-round of international gamesmanship played by the largest money-laundering centres of the world. Continue reading »