The Unintended Effects of Rules Aimed at Stopping Financial Crimes Reviewed by Momizat on . Legitimate customers and transactions are being hit hard by a system designed to stem the flow of dirty money.  Many international banks have pulled in their ho Legitimate customers and transactions are being hit hard by a system designed to stem the flow of dirty money.  Many international banks have pulled in their ho Rating: 0
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The Unintended Effects of Rules Aimed at Stopping Financial Crimes

Legitimate customers and transactions are being hit hard by a system designed to stem the flow of dirty money.  Many international banks have pulled in their horns since the global financial crisis, lending less and shedding customers.

To read the full article in The Economist, click: The Unintended Effects of Rules Aimed at Stopping Financial Crimes.

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