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Deloitte poll: Panama Papers will cause financial crime enforcement to spike

Jaclyn Jaeger | August 25, 2016

As the Panama Papers saga continues to unfold, global enforcement of financial crimes are expected to spike over the next year, according to a recent poll conducted by Deloitte Advisory.

According to the online poll of more than 2,050 professionals conducted by Deloitte Advisory, more than half of respondents (51.3 percent) said they expect enforcement of anti-corruption, anti-fraud, anti-money laundering (AML), and sanctions regulations to increase on a global scale.

“While we don’t recommend organizations limit their risk assessments of financial crime exposures to only Panama Papers data, the leaks certainly offer a new ‘wake-up call’ on the importance of stemming beneficial ownership and third-party risks,” said Michael... To get the full story, subscribe now.