Over half of central banks say AML risks are rising

But most say central banks co-operate sufficiently across borders against money laundering

More than half of central banks in the Financial Stability Benchmarks 2022 have expressed concerns over rising money laundering and terrorism financing risks. But most respondents said that there was sufficient international co-operation among central banks in this area.

Twenty-nine institutions answered the question on increased concerns over anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT) risks over the last two years. Fifteen (51.7%) banks said yes. Just under half

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