Most central banks say AML/CFT co-operation is good

Small minority of institutions face problems working with domestic or foreign partner agencies

Most Financial Stability Benchmarks 2023 participants say they have good partnerships with foreign and domestic agencies on anti-money laundering (AML) and counter-financing of terrorism (CFT).

A large majority of central banks say they have good relationships with other domestic agencies on AML and CFT.

Of 26 central banks, 25 (96.2%) say they co-operate well on AML/CFT with other authorities in their country, while only one says it does not.

A slightly larger number of central banks say

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