Analysis, Regulation & Supervision

Proliferation finance moves up the agenda in a divided world

By James King
Proliferation finance
In the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, experts anticipate penalties against financial institutions will rise as supervisors intensify their scrutiny of illicit financial flows related to weapons of mass destruction. Image via Getty

The fight against proliferation finance has entered dangerous new territory as banks grapple with a deteriorating geopolitical environment and an uptick in regulations, sanctions and controls.

Experts anticipate penalties against global financial institutions will rise as sanctions multiply and supervisors intensify their scrutiny of illicit financial flows related ...

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