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Author Verdugo Yepes, Concepcion,
Title Compliance with the AML/CFT international standard : lessons from a cross-country analysis / Concepcion Verdugo Yepes.
Imprint [Washington, D.C.] : International Monetary Fund, 2011.

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Author Verdugo Yepes, Concepcion,
Series IMF working paper, 1018-5941 ; WP/11/177
IMF working paper ; WP/11/177.
Subject Money laundering -- Prevention.
Money laundering -- Prevention -- Standards.
Terrorism -- Prevention.
Terrorism -- Prevention -- Standards.
Alt Name International Monetary Fund. Legal Department,
Add Title Compliance with the Anti-Money Laundering and Combating the Financing of Terrorism international standard
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 OHIOLINK IMF EBOOKS    ONLINE  
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Author Verdugo Yepes, Concepcion,
Series IMF working paper, 1018-5941 ; WP/11/177
IMF working paper ; WP/11/177.
Subject Money laundering -- Prevention.
Money laundering -- Prevention -- Standards.
Terrorism -- Prevention.
Terrorism -- Prevention -- Standards.
Alt Name International Monetary Fund. Legal Department,
Add Title Compliance with the Anti-Money Laundering and Combating the Financing of Terrorism international standard
Description 1 online resource (76 pages)
Note At head of title: Legal.
Title from PDF title page (IMF Web site, viewed September 9, 2011).
"July 2011."
Available in PDF, ePUB, and Mobi formats on the Internet.
Summary This paper assesses countries' compliance with the Anti-Money Laundering and Combating the Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT) international standard during the period 2004 to 2011. We find that overall compliance is low; there is an adverse impact on financial transparency created by the cumulative effects of poor implementation of standards on customer identification; and the current measurements of compliance do not take into account an analysis of ML/FT risk, thereby undermining their credibility and the relevance of some of the policy recommendations taken on their basis. Moreover, we also examine the key role of some cultural, institutional, and financial factors in boosting countries' compliance using econometric analysis.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Cover Page; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; I. Introduction; II. Literature Review; III. How Well do Countries Meet the AML/CFT Standard?; IV. Empirical Evidence: Determinants of the AML/CFT Compliance; A. Specification; B. Definition of Variables; Cultural Factors; Institutional Factors; Socioeconomic and Financial Factors; C. Empirical Findings; Econometric Results; Confirming Theories; V. Caveats; VI. Conclusions and Policy Recommendations; Annex 1. How Well do Countries Meet the AML/CFT Standard during 2004-2011.
Figure 2. Relationship between Jurisdictions with Systemically Important Financial Sectors and Compliance with the AML/CFT International StandardFigure 3. Relationship between Jurisdictions with Systemically Important Financial Sectors and Compliance with the AML/CFT Recommendations on Preventing Financial Institutions from ML/TF; Table 2. Countries' Compliance with Groupings of AML/CFT Recommendations (2004-2011); Table 1. The AML/CFT Groupings Definition; Figure 1. Overall Compliance with AML/CFT during 2004-2011; Annex 2. Determinants of the AML/CFT Compliance during 2004-2008.
Table 2. The AML/CFT Compliance Index by ComponentsTable 3. Variables and Data Sources; Table 4. Selected Countries:; Table 6. Profile of the Overall Compliance with the FATF 40+9; Table 7. Correlations Between Variables; Table 8. Cross-Sectional OLS Regressions: Determinants of AML/CFT Compliance and PCA Indices; Table 9. Cross-sectional OLS Regressions: Determinants of AML/CFT Compliance Index Components; Table 5. Variables Descriptive Statistics; Table 1. Assessed Countries by Income Group; Figure 10. Overall Compliance with International Cooperation.
Figure 9. Overall Compliance with Entity TransparencyFigure 8. Overall Compliance with Informal Sector Prevention; Figure 7. Overall Compliance with DNFBPs; Figure 6. Overall Compliance with Financial Institutions Prevention; Figure 5. Overall Compliance with Institutional Measures; Figure 4. Overall Compliance with Legal Measures; Figure 3. The AML/CFT Index vs. the AML/CFT Predicted Values; Figure 2. Overall AML/CFT Compliance by Income and Regions; Figure 1. Overall Compliance with AML/CFT; List of Factors underlying compliance with AML/CFT recommendations; VII. References; Footnotes.
ISBN 1463900015
9781463900014
1283565315
9781283565318
9781462312306
1462312306
9781463900083
1463900082
ISBN/ISSN 10.5089/9781462312306.001
OCLC # 751979651
Additional Format Print version: Fund, International Monetary. Compliance with the AML/CFT International Standard: Lessons from a Cross-Country Analysis. Washington : International Monetary Fund, 2011 9781462312306



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