China Emerging as an Increasing Driver of Global Illicit Finance Risk

K2 Integrity

Growing Chinese illicit finance threats, vulnerabilities, and exposure are combining to increase illicit financing risk in the international financial system, judging from a series of recent advisories, sanctions actions, investigations, and assessments. Discrete illicit financing threats are exacerbated by serious deficiencies in China’s domestic anti-money laundering/countering the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT) regime, increasing the risk criminal and suspect actors operating in China or through Chinese financial institutions pose to global banks and multinational corporations. These risks grow more present and complicated as global exposure to China is increasing, with its international trade and investment footprint expanding both in volume and geographic reach.

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